The youngster reviewed the decision straight away however the Ultra Edge technology did not detect a significant spike
An umpiring error cut short debutant Haider Ali’s debut One-Day International (ODI) innings after the youngster was adjudged Leg-Before-Wicket (LBW), despite replays showing the ball touching the gloves on review, against Zimbabwe during the second ODI at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi on Sunday.
The 20-year-old had shaken off a nervy start with two massive sixes to reach 29 runs off 24 deliveries before being adjudged LBW by umpire Aleem Dar off the bowling of left-arm spinner Sean Williams.
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The youngster reviewed the decision straight away however the Ultra Edge technology did not detect a significant spike in noise when the ball passed his glove.
The final decision was taken by third umpire Ahsan Raza.
Pakistan won the match by six wickets after all-rounder Iftikhar Ahmed bagged a five-wicket haul.