Coach Kumble satisfied with outcomes from DRS

Mumbai: Indian team has got a comfortable lead of 2-0 in the Test match series played against England and coach Anil Kumble today stated that he is happy with the outcomes from the Decision Review System (DRS) so far in the ongoing series.



“It (DRS) has been really good, it has been an experiment that has been happening in the series, but overall players have been very satisfied with the outcome,” said Kumble.

Talking about the different opening combinations that Indian team has opted out till now against England due to injuries Kumble stated: “Ya that’s not in our control. Injuries are part and parcel of the game and unfortunately (KL) Rahul got hit. Parthiv (Patel) came in the last game and did a fantastic job at the top. I am sure Rahul will have a hit today and should be fine.”

“For New Zealand also we had three different opening pairs. In West Indies too (Murali) Vijay got injured, then Shikhar was injured against New Zealand, then Gautam (Gambhir) had that freak injury in Indore but he could bat so there is something happening with the openers in terms of injury. Hope that it doesn’t go on.”