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India W vs Australia W T20 Series: Not Out Controversy

India w vs Australia w cricket t20 series concluded today with India’s match and series loss. However, a not-out controversy started right after the end of the match. 

India women’s and Australia women’s cricket teams were playing a series of decider matches today. Both teams were in an equal position with a 1-1 match each. However, in today’s series decider match, India lost. 

Australian players played really well, and they fought like winners. Nothing was wrong until a decision was made by the third umpire. The decision of fair catch was referred to the third umpire. The third umpire tried to check from as many angles as possible to see whether the catch had been taken or not.

However, due to poor camera settings, the umpire did not get the best angle to decide whether the catch was fair or not. Ultimately, the umpire made the decision in favor of Australia.

When the bowlers were celebrating, and the batsman was going towards the pavilion, this decision surprised everyone. It was a very disappointing moment not only for the Indian players but also for the Indian fans.

The decision changed the entire series result.

India lost the wicket and possibly the match just because of one wrong decision. The entire not-out controversy happened only because of bad cameras and operators, which was no fault of the Indian players. Indian girls paid for something they didn’t really enjoy.

This decision was decisive in the series as it was the wicket of captain Alyssa Healy, who had scored a very quick 55 runs for her team. If India had got this wicket at that time, it could have saved the match. Since this match was the series’ decider, this not-out controversy changed the outcome of the entire series.

India w vs Australia w 3rd T20 Highlights

The biggest attraction of this match was the lack of controversy. The rest of India has scored 147 runs after losing seven wickets. Richa Ghosh scored the maximum 34 runs for Team India. In reply, Australia scored 149 runs in 48.4 overs and won the match easily. Healy and Mooney scored half-centuries for their team.

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