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Thursday, 28 June 2012 - 12:26
Pak files complaint against umpire decisions in Galle Test
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Pakistan has formally lodged a complaint over poor umpiring decisions in the first Test against Sri Lanka at Galle.

Presently Sri Lanka being the home board has not implemented the UDRS in the series against Pakistan although when Pakistan hosted the Lankans last year in the UAE they had enforced the UDRS technology with the help of sponsors.

Pakistan team manager Naved Cheema and Coach Dav Whatore formally lodged a complaint over the umpiring with match referee David Boon after the Test ended.

England`s Ian Gould and Australian Steve Davis were guilty of giving at least 10 to 12 contentious decisions in the Galle Test most of which went against Pakistan.

The team management had also sent its report on the umpiring to the ICC as per regulations after the match.

Pakistan`s former Test captain Rashid Latif also said the number of bad decisions that went against Pakistan in Galle were ridiculous and cost them the match.

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