In the final match of the World Test Championship, Australia challenged India by 444 runs to win on the fourth day. At this time, Australia declared the innings at 270 for 8. After this, Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma came on the field to start the second innings for the Indian team. This time both of them started hitting from the first over. However, India suffered a major blow in the form of Gill during the eighth over. As soon as Gill was dismissed by the third umpire, there was a lot of discussion on social media. Not only this, the fans in the ground also started shouting ‘Cheater Cheater’.
It happened that the 8th over of India’s second innings was bowled by Scott Boland from Australia. This time Shubman Gill was on strike. This time the outbound ball took the edge of Gill’s bat and went towards Cameron Green (Cameron Green) who stopped in the gully. This time Green took a fantastic catch with one hand. The third umpire took a long time to decide on his catch.
After this, the umpire finally declared Shubman Gill out. This decision was controversial. Therefore, seeing the decision of the third umpire in a decisive situation, cricket lovers also shouted ‘Cheater Cheater’ in the stadium. Meanwhile, some posts are also going viral on social media.
Crowd shouting “Cheater, Cheater”. pic.twitter.com/qmaLUd2PiR
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ICC has also shared the video in the meantime. One fan commented on the video, writing, “Wrong decision, decided on first look.” “Poor decision by referee,” said another. Another commented, writing, “This was a clear no-hitter.”
Shubman gets out cheaply
Shubman Gill once again failed to score big. He meanwhile scored 18 runs off 19 balls. He also hit 2 fours while making these runs. (The Oval crowd started chanting ‘cheater, cheater’ after the 3rd umpire’s decision Shubman Gill)
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