Islamabad United skipper Shadab Khan voiced his concerns over a DRS error after a thrilling loss against Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 9 match yesterday.

Following a nail-biting encounter that saw Quetta Gladiators secure a three-wicket victory, Shadab Khan highlighted a critical review that altered the course of the game.

He pointed out a discrepancy in the Hawk-Eye technology, which inaccurately tracked a delivery during a crucial lbw decision involving Quetta Gladiators’ captain, Rilee Rossouw.

Addressing the media in the post-match conference, Shadab Khan expressed his dismay, stating, “I think technology was at fault. A different ball was shown on the ball tracker for the Rilee Rossouw review. These small mistakes shouldn’t be happening in such a big tournament.”

The controversial incident unfolded during the 11th over of the Quetta Gladiators’ innings when Rossouw attempted to sweep a delivery from Islamabad United’s bowler.

Despite a fervent appeal from the fielding side and an enthusiastic response from umpire Aleem Dar, the Gladiators swiftly opted for a review.

Hawk-Eye’s analysis deemed that the ball had struck Rossouw outside the line of the stumps and would have missed the off stump altogether.

However, upon review, both the fielding side and umpire Dar appeared surprised as the slow-motion replay suggested a different trajectory than expected.

The incident underscored the importance of accurate technology in modern cricket and prompted discussions about ensuring its precision in future matches.

Meanwhile, Rossouw remained unbeaten to see his side finish the chase successfully, registering their third consecutive victory.

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