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New Zealand’s troubles with DRS continue to haunt against England
New Zealand's woes with the DRS

New Zealand’s troubles with DRS continue to haunt against England

New Zealand's troubles with the Decision Review System continued to haunt them as Tom Latham was out early off Sam Curran’s bowling in the first Test at Mount Maunganui.

Latham accepted the on-field call and continued to walk off when Sam Curran struck his pads. The replays then went on to show that the ball had kissed the inside edge of the bat before going on to hit the pad.

This was the second instance where New Zealand continued to accept the on-field ball and not seek a review.

In England's first innings, New Zealand decided not to review an appeal for a Rory Burns caught-behind which was turned down when he was batting on 10.

The replays showed there had been an edge and Burns went on to make 52.

During this year's dramatic World Cup final, Martin Guptill had a reviewed leg-before dismissal which showed there was no inside edge back onto his front pad.

Later on in the innings, Ross Taylor was left stranded after he was given out leg-before. The ball-tracker showed the ball would’ve eventually gone on to miss the stumps, which left New Zealand powerless.