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Lottowyn Posted on 11/07/2019 16:29
Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?
 
 
Roy was certainly going to get his century when Gaffanay gave a terrible decision.

Should a New Zealander be officiating in this game ?
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zorro_mfc Posted on 11/07/2019 16:33

Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
Shocking wasn’t it typical over appealing Aussies.

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Boro_Boro_Boro Posted on 11/07/2019 16:34

Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
utter disgrace... miles from any contact.
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borobuddah Posted on 11/07/2019 16:37

Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
Never out, that.
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ZippytheHippy Posted on 11/07/2019 16:41

Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
didn't cover himself in glory
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Indeedido Posted on 11/07/2019 16:51

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Shocking decision.
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BigmetsBoro86 Posted on 11/07/2019 16:57

Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
Stuart Broad not walking in 2013 Ashes after a massive edge. How they missed that I don't know (it even made a loud noise).

The worst part today was bairstows review. He was plum and early in the the game... A pure waste of a review.
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Cecil_J_Mctumshie Posted on 11/07/2019 17:42

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Bairstow takes a lot of blame by wasting appeal on a 100% lbw meaning Roy couldn’t appeal
Expect Roy to get a large fine for his conduct
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Exiled_in_herford Posted on 11/07/2019 18:13

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No, the bloke who gave Gayle out on the 2nd occasion for LBW when it was going a foot wide of leg stump the corrupt chunt
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Lottowyn Posted on 11/07/2019 19:55

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It did not affect he result so that's a good thing, but It has cost Roy 30 percent of his match fee.
That, and a couple of other performances, have virtually guaranteed him a place in the first Ashes Test. [:D]
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Exiled_in_herford Posted on 11/07/2019 19:59

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I just don't understand that. The umpire was wrong, if he questioned a decision when Roy was wrong then fair enough but he wasn't. Roy should have been fine and the Umpire have 30% of his match fee deducted. So basically there's no culpability for the umpires decision
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Corcaigh_the_Cat Posted on 11/07/2019 20:04

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The dissent was Roy's fault and his alone. That's what cost him and nothing else. Umpires, like cricketers, make poor decisions.
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271266 Posted on 11/07/2019 20:08

Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
Kumar Dharmasena was the umpire.
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Exiled_in_herford Posted on 11/07/2019 20:14

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So he was correct and showed dissent, why shouldn't he be angry at an incorrect decision?. The fault lies with the Umpire who made the incorrect decision. He is the one who should have his match fee deducted.
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Marvanelli Posted on 11/07/2019 20:50

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I don't think the umpire would've gave it out if it was a tight match.

But if he had of, then Roy was well within his rights to be annoyed.

It could've been a huge decision had it been a tighter game.

I honestly think Roy would've easily got his ton and may have even batted until the end. He was cruising and enjoying himself.
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Greenandblack Posted on 12/07/2019 06:20

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It was an umpiring mistake but that doesn't justify Roy's reaction. He should be suspended for the final, not just fined. And someone should ask why the review had been used.
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Abel_Tasman Posted on 12/07/2019 06:28

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I’m sure questions were asked in the changing room as it is reported that Bairstow was “sheepish” about it. He should have only gone to review if he was convinced he had touched it. Otherwise accept the call.

As for Roy passion In he heat of the game and whilst the fine for the dissent is justified you should just be glad he isn’t banned for the Final. Looking forward to this game so much. I have a ticket in the lower Mound stand. Come on you Kiwis.
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Exiled_in_herford Posted on 12/07/2019 06:41

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Banned for a final for an Umpiring mistake would be harsh to say the least. No poor decision, no dissent. It's pretty simple.
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Abel_Tasman Posted on 12/07/2019 06:47

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I understand your view on the matter which you have stated on a number of occasions in this thread. Personally I disagree but will leave it there and hey who cares let’s look forward to Sunday now not back.
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Holgatewall Posted on 12/07/2019 08:08

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It was 'Old school' umpiring.Australia appealed and from his position the umpire adjudjed that he was out caught behind.It happens every week on the County circuit where they dont have the benefit of replays.

Yes the umpire was wrong but it was a genuine mistake.

Still a fantastic result.
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marsked_magician Posted on 12/07/2019 08:09

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You're basically saying that players are well within their rights to show dissent towards officials if they feel a decision is wrong.

Isn't that what we've been saying is wrong with football for years?
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Exiled_in_herford Posted on 12/07/2019 08:27

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I'm basically saying where's the culpability of the umpire, what happens to him for a decision that was blatantly incorrect. What sanctions does he receive?

As said before move on to the final
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Small_town Posted on 12/07/2019 08:31

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The umpire made a mistake. It was a very wrong decision. Roy’s reaction deserved the fine though. You can’t show dissent because you believe the umpire to be wrong. What of respect to the officials?
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EpiphanyProudfoot Posted on 12/07/2019 08:46

Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
I have seen worse.

Stuart Broad v Australia in 2013 being the poster boy of bad decisions.

(Aussies had used up all their appeals tbf)

England were involved in a really tight test match v the Windies once over there 98?, some of the LBs not given by the Windy umpires were laughable. I think neutral umpires came in shortly after.
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Holgatewall Posted on 12/07/2019 08:54

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England had used up their review on a poor decision from Jonny over his LBW.

Each side only has the one review so after that it is up to the umpire.The moral us be careful what you review as after you have used yours it is entirely down to the umpire.

Human error.
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Greenandblack Posted on 12/07/2019 09:04

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***I'm basically saying where's the culpability of the umpire, what happens to him for a decision that was blatantly incorrect***

Why do you think umpires are culpable for wrong decisions? Fine bowlers for making bad deliveries, or batsmen for getting out from poor shot selections then. Everyone makes mistakes.

I hate umpires getting harangued for bad decisions, and if it isn't stamped on really hard then cricket will be like football soon, with players pushing the umpires.
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Indeedido Posted on 12/07/2019 09:11

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Whilst I have sympathy for Roy over the bad decision, he can have no complaints over his fine for his reaction.
To be banned for the final would be ridiculous.
The Umpire needs to be reviewed - shocking decision.
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Marvanelli Posted on 12/07/2019 09:13

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'He should be suspended for the final, not just fined'

Ok I'll bite.

What a load of old cobblers.

His reaction wasn't even that bad. And you suggest he should be banned for the final when it was one of the worst decisions by an umpire for a long time?

I'm guessing you're from either Australia, New Zealand or Scotland.
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bigjayce Posted on 12/07/2019 09:13

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Speaking as a qualified Umpire, I would have given Bairstow it was plumb, I was shouting at the TV not to review as it was a waste but he did it anyway, the Roy call was totally wrong, even the Aussies knew it but they appealled anyway knowing fine well he couldn't appeal it if it was given, they wanted him out, they got him out.
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two_banks_of_four Posted on 12/07/2019 09:24

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The Umpires decision is final - you can show disappointment but not act like a footballer - spirit of cricket old boy. Tuck your bat under your arm and off you go shaking your head.

The umpire was a clown though, clearly influenced by the appeal. I'm sure the match referee had a word.
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Tom_Fun Posted on 12/07/2019 09:39

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"Stuart Broad not walking in 2013 Ashes after a massive edge. How they missed that I don't know (it even made a loud noise)."

Wasn't a 'massive' edge. It was a thin nick that deflected off the wicket keeper's glove to slip.
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Small_town Posted on 12/07/2019 09:43

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Two banks of four sums it up perfectly here.

ALso agree the Barstow review was stupid. Two reasons: the main one being it was obviously plum on, but also you should deploy your review tactically. Save it for when there is a crucial point in the match, such as saving a strong partnership or at the death, NOT when you’re cruising to save an opener.
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Holgatewall Posted on 12/07/2019 09:54
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Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
The umpire can only give a batsman out if the fielding side appeals so of course he was influenced by the appeal or he would not have given Roy out.

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hewielewie Posted on 12/07/2019 10:00

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"Roy was certainly going to get his century when Gaffanay gave a terrible decision."

Wasn't it Dharmesena who gave Roy out?
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Marvanelli Posted on 12/07/2019 10:08

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'Wasn't it Dharmesena who gave Roy out?'

Yes it was.

I can't remember, but wasn't the ras near it as well, couldn't he have seen the ball didn't touch the bat?

We should be just thankful it wasn't a tight game or that could've been a huge turning point.
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festa5 Posted on 12/07/2019 10:49

Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
Roy's reaction is understandable, biggest match of your career and you're denied a century in it because of utter incompetence. However everyone knows the rules re: respecting the umpires decision and cricket is better for it. Any talk of banning him for the final is ludicrous though. He's been effectively punished twice already.

In a way maybe a timely lesson for England on use of reviews. Might actually be a blessing in disguise.

I wanted VAR to go down this route. One review for each team the idea being you should only use it for clear and obvious errors. If you decide to waste it on a borderline decision and you lose your review, then tough luck.
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myfooty Posted on 12/07/2019 11:13

Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
VAR should stop alot matchday corruption in football at levels it is used at. It is long over due.

VAR should be used as there plan to in Premier League.

If cricket adotpted this approach we shouldn't be seeing huge mistakes like that.
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Lottowyn Posted on 12/07/2019 12:20
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Was that the worst umpiring decision ever ?

 
Yes it was the Sri Lankan who gave the decision.
Looking at it again , it was an extremely poor decision because it should have never been given by a competent official, although there were 11 other people present who all seemed to be of the same opinion. They were eleven orchestrated Australians of course.
Perhaps their lesson concerning the cheating sandpaper incident hasn't really been absorbed by all the Australians. [:D]
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Corcaigh_the_Cat Posted on 12/07/2019 12:29

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Or by the English etc, if appealing for a wicket is deemed cheating. I listened to the radio discussion afterwards, one of the 'experts' said he culd see why it might be given, the way the ball moved after reaching the batsman. He possibly didn't have the chance to see multiple replays either, same as the umpire.

Cricket, like football, is littered with bad decisions, by players, managers, referess and umpires. Keeping your head when things don't go your way is paramount.
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