Cameron Green Catch creates HUGE controversy, Social Media ERUPTS as UNLUCKY Shubman Gill falls victim
Shubman Gill was dismissed by a Controversial Catch out by Cameron Green. Fans erupted on social media as Third Umpire makes WILD Call to create a huge controversy.
Cameron Green Catch: India’s young opener Shubman Gill fell victim to a controversial catch out in Day 4 of the ongoing India vs Australia WTC Finals. Set to chase 444 runs in the final innings by the might Australia, India got off to a strong start with Rohit Sharma and Gill punching some good boundaries. But tragedy befell when Gill was dismissed by a controversial call by the third umpire.
Youngster Shubman Gill could only manage 18 runs before retuning to the pavilion. In his short and unluck knock he managed to hit just 2 boundaries. A thick outside edge and supreme reflexes from Cameron Green was enough to send the batter packing into the dressing room.
Shubman Gill Dismissal
It has been an unfortunate dismissal for Shubman Gill. Positioned at gully, Cameron Green displayed exceptional reflexes to take a blinder of a catch. A good length delivery by Scott Boland a tad bit outside off stump, prompts Shubman Gill to go on the defense. As the young batter moves forward to defend the ball, he nicks a thick outside edge to the gully area.
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But here comes the controversy. Despite extreme reflexes from the 6ft 7inch Green, the Aussie all-rounder was unable to take a clean catch. The catch call went for the third umpire. Only a single camera angle was available which was unclear to give a definitive call. The third umpire opted to claim that Green’s fingers were underneath the ball.
Fans were furious after seeing Gill’s dismissal. The cricket fans vented their frustrations by claiming in modern day cricket, with extensive technology and gadgets, these calls are unnecessary.
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