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I think Hawkeye has been a bit suspect with a few decisions where the ball has been tracked differently to how it looked in real time. The odd wicket by Broad around the wicket for instance. Can't think who though off the top of my head but a couple have had me rewinding to look again, and raising an eyebrow.On second viewing, I can understand that decision by Wilson (Stokes LBW). In real time there was a very short space between the ball pitching and it hitting the pad, and on the angle I don't think he could give that out. Hawkeye attributed some kind of weird inswing to it after impact as well which I'm not sure was quite right.
Less understandable was Paine's decision to review the one that pitched a foot outside leg. You have to think far more clearly than that at this level, I'm afraid.
And Lyon's drop...the definition of "choking". What a shame.