Suryakumar Yadav controversially out, know what is a soft signal?

Team batsman Suryakumar Yadav has made a brilliant debut of his international career. Suryakumar scored a brilliant 57 off 31 balls in his debut innings. In this quick innings, he hit six fours and three sixes. Suryakumar was caught by Curran in the hands of David Malan. In fact, Suryakumar was caught by David Malan in the round of playing a shot off Curran in the 14th over. However, questions are also being raised on Malan’s catch. The replays showed that the ball had touched the ground, but due to a soft signal, Suryakumar Yadav was dismissed by third umpire Virender Sharma. In replays, the third umpire could not decide whether the ball was in the hands or it was on the ground.

In fact before the third umpire’s help, the on-field umpire gave Suryakumar Yadav out under a soft signal and that is why the third umpire had to give Suryakumar out despite not getting the correct proof of the catch. Virat Kohli appeared very angry after giving Suryakumar Yadav out. Virat Kohli appeared angrily in Team India’s dugout. Not only this, former cricketer VVS Laxman who is commenting also questioned the decision of the third umpire. He said that the decision of soft signal should be removed.

Fans rage on third umpire

Fans were also infuriated on Twitter after Suryakumar was given out like this. They started bashing third umpire Virender Sharma. Between Suryakumar’s dismissal, it is now important to know what a soft signal is.

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