Sanga says India, not umpires should take blame for poor decisions
Aug 24, 2010 8:00:00 PM - aussieindolanka.com
Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara was on Saturday in no mood to implicate the umpires for the dodgy decisions they handed to Indian batsmen in the tri-series match here and said India should have agreed to the use Decision Review System to have a level playing field.
India were at the receiving end of some dodgy decisions as they lost comprehensively by eight wickets.
Three dodgy decisions came from local umpire Kumar Dharmasena while one -- that of Yuvraj -- was from Pakistani Asad Rauf.
"Even before the Test series we have been for DRS and the only reason I believe why we did not have referral system throughout the Test series and through this series was because India did not want DRS," Sangakkara said at the post-match press conference when asked about the bad decisions.
"Well, sometimes decisions work for you and sometimes they are against you. But if everything has to be fair use technology. Make it even," he said.
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