Dubai: Amid a debate over the use of Decision Review System following Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni questioning its accuracy, the ICC on Sunday acknowledged that "minute number of errors" in DRS have been detected with the world body monitoring it closely. (Also Read: Dhoni questions DRS handling)
Dhoni had questioned the accuracy of DRS after Rahul Dravid was controversially given out despite television replays not showing any edge off the bat during his side's first ODI against England at Chester-le-Street on Saturday. (Also Read: ICC likely to debate UDRS in September meet)
The ICC said it has been monitoring the accuracy of ball-tracking and all decisions whether referred or not under the DRS and it has revealed "a minute number of errors in technology and that technology is not always conclusive".