Mumbai: Former international umpire Bomi Jamula is wary of trashing the Decision Review System (DRS) which came under the microscope during the just-concluded first Ashes Test between England and Australia at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
"DRS is dependent on technology which works well most of the time, but can fail occasionally. Take the case of a motor car. It works well most of the time but do we stop using the car when it causes problems some times," queried Jamula.
A spate of controversial decisions involving DRS marred the conduct of the Test won thrillingly by England on Sunday.