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Following Joe Root’s dismissal, Michael Vaughan wants TV cameras on DRS operators for “transparency.”

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<p>On Sunday, on the third day of the fourth Test of the five-match series at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi, former England captain Michael Vaughan requested cameras be installed on Decision Review System (DRS) operators in the sake of “transparency” after Joe Root was dismissed.</p>
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<p>Vaughan was cited on the Test Match Special Podcast as stating, “I’m not saying anyone is cheating.”</p>
<p>“I’m attempting to address the situation when a choice is made and we can’t all agree on it. The noise is muted if the person on Hawk-Eye is videotaped.</p>
<p>“Umpire’s call—in my opinion, it should be eliminated altogether. The game is on an even playing field if the ball is striking the stumps.</p>
<p>“I appreciate that fans of both parties are upset with the choices that have been made. Hawk-Eye doesn’t seem to be having a very good series, Vaughan said.</p>
<p>“At the moment, the trucks are the key decision-makers. To show how it all boils down to one choice, we must have a camera inside the vehicle.</p>
<p>“I just want for complete openness. They must also do so if it means hiring someone from the International Cricket Council to insert the trucks for integrity.</p>
<p>He went on, “We need to see who is operating for the game as a whole because the person running the technology is more important than the umpires.”</p>
<p>However, former England bowler Steven Finn publicly backed the umpire’s decision.</p>
<p>“As you watch the delivery with your unaided eye, you think that was a pitched outside leg and your cricketing senses kind of take over, telling you that it couldn’t have pitched in line with the stumps and ended up where it did,” Finn said on TNT Sports.</p>
<p>Since the umpire cannot call where the ball pitches, there can be no disagreement on where the ball really pitched thanks to technology when the projection is made and the DRS enters the numbers into his computer at the moment of first contact with the pitch.</p>
<p>“Where that ball pitches, the technology, which is supposed to be incredibly precise, says that what it looks like is 51% of that ball is pitching within the stump’s outer line, which means it’s out.”</p>


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