Melbourne: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday said that the Decision Review System (DRS) is flawed and there was nothing wrong on the Indian Cricket Board's part in refusing to use the controversial technology.
Ganguly, who had played the series against Sri Lanka in 2008 when the DRS was first used on trial basis, said that the problems of the technology were extremely obvious as India could manage to get only one of their 20 referrals right.
"We had a terrible experience with that, in that first series in Sri Lanka. From that point of view, we had our issues," said Ganguly.
The BCCI has always been against the DRS and its concerns increased during this year's tied World Cup match against England when an lbw appeal and then a referral against Ian Bell was rejected.