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Aus vs Ind, 2nd Test

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The decision was made based on a Snicko spike after there was no mark on HotSpot – which fits protocol, but Paine felt the decision was made in haste

Australia captain Tim Paine confronted the match officials to question the consistency of their decision-making after his second innings caught-behind dismissal amid the home side’s eight-wicket defeat in the second Test at the MCG.

Paine’s irritation at being adjudged caught behind via Real-Time-Snicko (RTS) evidence was plain to all present on the third evening of the game, leading some commentators to question why it was possible for a batsman to have his not-out verdict overturned without any indication of a mark on the bat using infrared HotSpot cameras.

However ICC protocols have dictated for several years that the umpire is free to deduce an edge from Snicko evidence even if there is no HotSpot, something Paine was clearly aware of as he explained the exact reasons why he had sought further discussion about the third umpire Paul Wilson’s decision, which the captain felt had been, among other things, too hastily made.

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