Hawk-Eye apologizes to PCB over Rilee Rossouw Lbw expulsion row.

Hawk-Eye apologizes to PCB over Rilee Rossouw Lbw expulsion row. The dispute erupted during the 11th over of the Gladiators’ innings, when skipper Rilee Rossouw faced a difficult decision. Umpire.

In a recent development, Hawk-Eye, the widely used cricket technology, has apologized to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for a crucial error made during Islamabad United’s recent match against the Quetta Gladiators.

The dispute erupted during the 11th over of the Gladiators’ innings, when skipper Rilee Rossouw faced a difficult decision. Umpire Aleem Dar dismissed him, and the fielding side’s confident appeal resulted in a quick review. However, Hawk-Eye’s analysis revealed not only that the ball struck Rossouw outside the line, but also that it would have missing the off stump.

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I think technology made a mistake: Shadab

Shadab Khan, the captain of Islamabad United, expressed discontent with the technology during the match, claiming an inaccuracy in ball-tracking during a critical period. Shadab stressed the importance of properly resolving such difficulties in major events and questioned the accuracy of the showed deliveries, particularly Salman Ali Agha’s ball that hit outside off stump.

“I believe technology made a mistake. The ball tracking revealed a different delivery, and it was a game-changing moment. These types of issues should be address correctly in such a large competition. These errors should not occur. I bowled four overs as a legspinner, and I don’t believe the ball spun here. They also showed Agha [Salman]’s delivery, which smacked outside off stump and spun away. “I don’t believe that,” Shadab quote as saying by ESPN Cricinfo.

Adding to the suspense, the game was evenly balanced, with Gladiators rebuilding after losing four early wickets. Rossouw and Sherfane Rutherford formed a game-changing 62-run partnership. Despite United’s assumption that they could exploit the Gladiators’ fragile tail, the two led their team to win, leaving Islamabad United on the losing end and calling into question the reliability of technology in important game situations.

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