Was Shubman Gill really out? Cameron Green broke his silence on the controversial catch, told the whole truth


Shubman Gill was dismissed controversially in the second innings
Uproar over Cameron Green’s controversial catch

New Delhi. Was Team India’s young opener Shubman Gill really out? If he was out then why so much fuss? From captain Rohit Sharma to veteran Sunil Gavaskar were not happy with this decision. Now Australian fielder Cameron Green has told the whole truth while breaking his silence on the controversial catch of Shubman Gill. Green told why he felt that he had taken a clean catch of Gill. Apart from the third umpire, people on social media called Green and the entire Australian team very good and bad for giving Gill out.

When Cameron Green came to the press conference after the end of the fourth day’s play, he was questioned about the controversial catch. When Green was asked about the controversial catch of Shubman Gill, he said, at that time I felt that I had caught the catch. The situation was like when I took the catch, then I felt that the catch I have taken is clean. It was clear to me that I had caught the catch correctly. But after that I left it to the third umpire who seemed to agree with my catch.

Read also: Shubman Gill Out or Not OUT? What cheating happened with Team India? Rohit is also surprised at Gill’s dismissal.

Controversial catch of Green… and after the wicket of Shubman Gill, the stadium echoed with the noise of ‘cheet, cheat, cheat’

Green took a controversial catch of Gill in the eighth over
This incident happened on the first ball of the eighth over of the Indian innings. Then Australian captain Pat Cummins handed the ball to Pacer Scott Boland and he bowled the first ball of the over at good length. Shubman Gill wanted to defend this ball. The ball took the edge of the bat and went in the direction of the street. Where Cameron Green dived and caught the ball with one hand. Although it seemed that Green did not catch this catch cleanly as the ball was touching the ground.

Expectations from Kohli and Rahane
However, talking about the match, the Indian team needs 280 runs to win on Sunday, the fifth day. Team India can chase this run and make the world record in its name. India had scored 164 runs at the loss of 3 wickets at stumps on the fourth day. Now the whole onus is on Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane who are currently at the crease. Virat is unbeaten on 44 and Rahane on 20 runs.

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