West Indies cricket captain Chris Gayle today gave a thumbs down to the newly-introduced Decision Review System, saying it was a "huge shame" that the controversial innovation was being used in the ongoing Test series against Australia.
The ICC has introduced an updated DRS in the ongoing Test series between Australia and the West Indies as well as the one between New Zealand and Pakistan.
"In my opinion, it is a huge shame that the video referral system is being used for the remainder of the Test
series because I'm just not a fan of it," Gayle wrote in 'Courier Mail'.
"The new technology they have put in place still makes mistakes. I also don't agree with the decision-making process.
If there is a line-ball decision on the video review, they send it back to the standing umpire to make a decision.