Cameron Green DRS Dismissal Aussie Breakdown News Video

Hopes were high after the first hour of play as Cameron Green and Peter Handscomb held off the Indians’ onslaught and extended the lead.

But things quickly fell apart in the second hour when Indian turned the tables.

Aussie fans may have been furious at a questionable DRS decision, but there was no questioning Indian’s dominance with the ball on day two.

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Within six overs, Australia’s first innings ended when the home side brutally hit back.

India reversed the script as they crushed the Australian line-up by conquering the last six wickets for just 11 runs.

The meltdown began with Handscomb harassing the outfielder under the helmet, but it was Green’s dismissal that made fans see red.

After he was hit on the back pad and spent, Green sent him upstairs for review, only for the ball to appear to have had no leg stump, but the technology stayed with the referee’s decision.

Triple M’s Rudi Edsall wrote: “Fair dinkum this shouldn’t be out there. That’s a shocking call.”

Sportswriter Mark Gottlieb wrote: “The referee in this test was diabolical.”

CODE Sports’ Lachlan McKirdy wrote, “Somehow this LBW looked live, but not on replay either.”

To make matters worse, Indian referee Nitin Menon made five horrific errors on day one, including failing to name four wickets for Australian bowlers.

After that, the wheels fell off completely as the wickets fell at a brutal pace, all six wickets coming in just 34 deliveries.

It’s the latest ugly meltdown suffered by Australians in this series.

In the first Test, the Aussies fell apart twice. They lost 6/68 in the first innings before being completely knocked over in the second innings for 84 runs.

During the second Test in Delhi, it was another second-inning collapse, this time with the Aussies losing 8/28. Cameron Green DRS Dismissal Aussie Breakdown News Video

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