The WTC Final’s timing and the absence of “camera angles” for Shubman Gill’s dismissal in the WTC Final were both topics covered in-depth by Rohit Sharma.
The World Test Championship final between Team India and Australia last week ended in a dismal loss, and Rohit Sharma’s post-match press conference sparked discussions on social media. Rohit discussed the team’s defeat in-depth, but he also questioned the final’s scheduling and the restricted use of technology for important umpiring decisions (in relation to Shubman Gill’s contentious dismissal on Day 4).
Rohit said there should have been more camera angles when discussing Shubman Gill’s firing.
Shubman Gill mentioned the absence of camera angles in relation to his catch. He struck the ICC squarely. Behind the scenes, ICC and BCCI are at odds. The 38.5 percent increase that you read about (report that BCCI will receive 38.5 percent of ICC’s earnings)… there’s no ICC release on that. It was a report on a website. Who wrote that? There is conflict of interest,” he further said.