Sachin Tendulkar, who has not been persuaded about the umpire Decision Review System (DRS), trusts that if the thought is to get the choices right reliably, the third umpire ought to be engaged to mediate.
Tendulkar was unmistakably not content with some DRS choices in the Rajkot Test against England. "On the off chance that the batsman neglects to audit or the umpire fails to understand the situation, then a wrong choice is made.
The third umpire ought to be enabled to intercede to get the right choice," Tendulkar told. Without really alluding to the survey not taken by Cheteshwar Pujara when he was declared leg-before to leg-spinner Adil Rashid on the last day of the Test — the replays demonstrated that the ball had arrived outside the leg-stump — Tendulkar said: "Here and there the non-striker is contemplating ways he needs to bat and may miss the line of the conveyance, or some activity.
It's additionally a breather for a batsman when he is at the bowler's end. I think one needs to go the distance to get a choice reliably right." Tendulkar concurred with Virat Kohli's proposal that the non-striker ought to remain as straight as would be prudent to get a decent perspective of the direction of the ball and the arrival spot keeping in mind the end goal to help the striker while choosing to go for a survey.
"The non-striker turns into the fourth umpire. I concur with Virat. However, I additionally firmly feel that the third umpire ought to be given the forces to intercede when an interest is made, and in the event that he feels that a wrong choice has been given."
Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and V.V.S. Laxman constitute the three-part Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) of the BCCI. It gives the idea that the CAC was not counseled before the choice was taken to trial the DRS in the present arrangement against England.