DRS fiasco in Ashes a shot in the arm for BCCI

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The DRS fiasco started on the first day itself when Jonathan Trott was given leg-before despite the right-hander nicking the ball. The decision was referred but Hot Spot failed to pick the nick. Australians Shane Watson, Chris Rogers and Phillip Hughes also fell victims to unfavourable DRS calls, with Watson leaving the field cursing before the dismissal that was upheld by the TV umpire despite Hawkeye showing only a fraction of the ball hitting the stumps, and Rogers dismissed in similar circumstances in the first innings.

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