Johannesburg, Aug 2 (ANI): After Australian batsman Usman Khawaja's decision sparked another umpiring controversy on Thursday, the Australian PM added his voice to the problems by saying that it was one of the worst decisions he had ever seen.
According to Sport24, Khawaja was given out by on-field umpire Tony Hill having made just one with Australia at 92 for two on the first day of the third Test at Old Trafford.
Rudd tweeted that he had just sat down to watch the Test and did not like it, while former Oz spinner Warne said that there was daylight between bat and ball and no Hotspot or noise.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan said that although people said one should walk if out, there was no chance with decisions like that. (ANI)