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In the Australia-New Zealand third Test, David Warner was left furious after a five-run penalty in the Kiwi’s favour. The reason, running in the ‘danger zone’ of the pitch according to umpire, Aleem Dar. Here are other match official decisions that made everyone scratch their heads.

(In pic: Umpire Aleem Dar)
Another World Cup 2019 match, the semi-final this time between England and Australia in the 50 over game. England was the team affected this time by the umpire decision which changed from a possible wide to out. Jason Roy was given out off a Pat Cummins’s delivery when the Australian team appealed. Umpire Kumar Dharmasena was set to raise his arms to his sides and signal a wide but instead raised his hand and finger up to signal out. Roy was sure he had not touched the ball with either bat or glove and challenged. The umpire went to the third umpire, but then realised that England did not have any reviews left. The English batsman held his ground and refused to leave angry at the on field umpires for the bad decision.

Missed winning runs: England went on to make the final but Roy was unable to be in the middle for the historic win. He also missed the chance to make an ODI centaury in an important match for his nation. He was fined 30 per cent of his match fee for showing dissent.
Another World Cup 2019 match, this time featuring India and the West Indies. The on field umpire got it right but it was a challenge that the third umpire seemed to have gotten wrong. The decision featured Indian batsman Rohit Sharma (R). Windies bowler Kemar Roach (L) seemed to have managed Sharma to give an inside-edge to the wicketkeeper. Umpire Richard Illingworth who was on field said not out but third umpire Michael Gough gave it out. Replays were inconclusive as was snicko that showed spikes but it was not clear if the ball touched the bat or pads.

Meme Galore: All the anger was vented on social media with many slamming the third umpire. There were also funny jokes and memes against Gough. India did win the match but Sharma who was having a great streak lost his chance to score more than a mere 18 runs because of the wrong decision.
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