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Indian vs Australia Indian Captain Virat Kohli says DRS not consistent at all | After the defeat, Kohli expressed displeasure at the DRS, said – lack of consistency in this system

               
The ball was hit by Turner's bat, but despite the DRS, he was not given out
Australia beat India by four wickets in the fourth ODI, with series 2-2

Mohali Australia beat India by 4 wickets in the fourth match of the five-ODI series. After the match, Team India captain Virat Kohli expressed his displeasure over the Decision Review System (DRS). "The decision against Ashton Turner was surprising," he said, and the system is now being discussed after almost every match. There is a lack of continuity in this system, it was a very important match for the match. "

Turner's ball was hit with the ball but still not out
In the 44th over of the Australian innings, Rishabh Pant appealed for a stump against Turner against Yuswendra Chahal's ball. The decision went to the third umpire. It was clearly visible in the review that Turner was in the crease. In such a situation, they can not be stumps, but the sound of contact between the ball and the ball came in the sneakometer. In such a situation, Turner had to return to the pavilion, but the umpire did not give him out. After this, the entire Indian team, including captain Kohli, was shocked.

What is a problem with the #drs
The whole match changed just because of it
It was a clear impact with the bat & ball pic.twitter.com/Qaw1fc4Lh4
– Aaryan Agrawal (@ Aaryan916543) March 10, 2019

At the time of the appeal, Turner was 41 runs
At the time the appeal was made against Turner, he was unbeaten on 41 runs. After this life, he played the match for the Australian team. Turner scored 84 runs off 43 balls. They were given the Man of the Match. Australia conceded this match to the series 2-2.

Captain resigns on Pip's keying
Kohli also accepted the bad keeping of Rishabh Pant along with the DRS. The captain of the team India acknowledged that he lost his life due to the loss of stumping against Turner by Pant. Kohli said, "The chances of stumping are important, we were a bit slow on the field." Pant also lost the chance of stumping against Handscomb.

Kohli said – Trouble with dew
Team India captain said, "The wicket was good all the time, but due to the dew, there was no problem, although defeat is difficult to digest," said Turner, Handscombe and Khawaja for the best batting. The next match will be exciting, we will have to work hard. "
                
                
            

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