Shubman Gill victim of wrong decision! International conspiracy against Team India, ICC bent on defeating

London: There is a smack of conspiracy against the Indian team in the final of the World Test Championship. Shubman Gill was controversially given out on the fourth day of the title match. Cameron Green took a brilliant catch by Shubman Gill in the slips, which was given out by the third umpire without checking. Neither the video was checked in slow motion nor the zoom technique was used, after this, fans including many veteran cricketers on social media are calling it unfair to Gill and Team India. Actually, a mountain-like target of 444 runs. In response, Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma got the Indian team off to a great start. Between the two, 41 runs were scored for the first wicket in seven overs. Stock Boland bowled a good length ball on the first ball of the eighth over, which got extra bounce. Gill tried to hit it hard, but the ball took an outside edge and went towards the slips, where the prompt Cameron Green claimed to catch the ball falling on the ground with his left hand. It could be clearly seen in the replays that Green’s hand hit the ground.

The biggest question before the third umpire was to check whether the ball hit the ground or just the fingers. But third umpire Richard Kettlebrough didn’t know what was the fuss that he neither zoomed in on the ball nor played the video in slow motion. Shubman Gill was declared out in a hurry as if there was any external pressure on him. Rohit Sharma and the entire Indian dressing room, including Shubman Gill, looked unhappy with this decision.

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