‘DRS – Dressing Room Review System’!

BCCI exhumed Australian skipper Steve Smith upon his gesture towards the dressing room to receive a scrupulous clue about taking the DRS on his dismissal. The affair, however, infuriated Virat Kohli on the field and now the Board of Control of Cricket in India has poked down the matter abbreviating DRS as the ‘Dressing Room Review System’!

In the fourth day of the second Test between host India and visiting Australia at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Aussies captain Steve Smith asked the advice of team’s support staff seating in dressing room in front of TV and computers whether to take the ‘review upon his dismissal or not’ after he was trapped in front for a leg before wicket against the delivery of Umesh Yadav.

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On+field umpires found Smith not only at the non-strikers’ end discussing with Peter Handscomb but also making gestures towards the dressing room staff. However umpires tried to intervene Smith’s action; heatwave passed when Virat Kohli, Indian skipper too joined in the conversation and exchanging words with the opponent captain.

Kohli accused Smith of ‘cheating’ and now he got BCCI to support him in the stuff. In a tweet made by BCCI, it is written, “DRS – Dressing Room Review System? Smith tries to get some suggestions from the dressing room for a review.”

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