The Bengaluru Test may have finished a week back, but the dust is yet to settle on the DRS controversy that erupted during the match. While India and Australia have stated they want to move on, the issue keeps coming up time and again.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), in a welcome move, has decided to take back the complaint it had filed with the ICC against Steve Smith and Peter Handscomb over the DRS controversy during the second Test
In spite of all the criticism and controversies, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has decided tocontinue with the inconclusive Decision Review System (DRS) that is currently in place to aid umpires following a recent meeting.
England and Australia are happy to continue using the DRS for the rest of their Ashes Series despite several controversial dismissals in the three Tests so far. It is reported in the Media that ICC General Manager Cricket Geoff Alardice had met representatives of both the teams and the ICC Umpires in Durham on Wednesday.