Ashes 2019: Australian captain Tim Paine will go to umpiring school, know reason
Ashes 2019: Australian captain Tim Paine will go to umpiring school, know reason

LONDON In the fifth and final Test, the Australian team suffered a huge defeat against England. Australian captain Tim Paine came under attack for not being able to use the DRS properly in the match. Actually Penn did not use DRS twice on critical occasions. Where he could get a wicket. England won the Test and managed to tie the series 2–2.

On the third day of the match on Saturday, the Australian team suffered a loss due to a misunderstanding of Paine at the Oval. Joe Denly was on 54 when he was lbw off Mitchell Marsh, but Australia opted not to review the decision of Not Out and scored 94 runs. Captain and wicketkeeper Paine later decided not to review Jose Butler LBW's appeal for not out, while replays showed Nathan would hit the stumps off Lion's ball.

Butler was then 19 and scored 47 runs. The Australian captain said that I could not decide. Don't know what else to say, it was like a nightmare for us. We made the wrong decision. 'He said,' This is a difficult task, this is what I have said throughout the series. 'Asked what he would do to improve it, Tim Paine laughed and said he would return to Australia and go to the umpiring school. 

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