Indian skipper MS Dhoni on Thursday slammed the poor umpiring in the first Test against West Indies that Indian won by 63 runs at the Sabina Park in Jamaica.
Dhoni said, "The Match would have ended even earlier had correct decisions been made and we would've been in the hotel much earlier."
As many as three Indian batsmen fell to dubious decisions which could have gone the visitors' way. This will surely again open the debate of the UDRS which the BCCI has opposed.
Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni (16), Virat Kohli (15) and Suresh Raina (27) were the three Indian batsmen who could have got a 'life' had the DRS been in place to challenge the umpire's decision.
The BCCI has opposed the DRS vehemently and has refused to allow its usage during the upcoming Test series against England as well.