Brett Lee says ‘Nothing behind the line’


Former Australian pacer Brett Lee trolled umpires’ wrong decision on the opening day of the first test between Pakistan and Australia.

Mohammad Rizwan became the victim of umpires’ controversial decision on the opening day of the first contest. Pat Cummins’s front-foot landed on the line, which considers as a no-ball, but the third umpire Michael Gough thought it was a fair delivery. Rizwan edged that ball behind the stumps straight to the keeper Tim Paine.

Cricket fans on Twitter highly criticized this decision as it harmed already suffering Pakistan. For Lee as well, it was a no-ball.

Adam Gilchrist


Even though he’s a fast bowler, @BrettLee_58 says nothing behind the line. @FoxCricket

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It must be noted here that Pakistan were bowled out for 240 runs on Day 1. Asad Shafiq top-scored with 76 runs off 134 balls.

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