New Delhi: In an innings of a Test match, two reviews are allotted to both batting and fielding teams.
As long as they continue getting their reviews right, the quota remains the same. But two failed DRS means the team can no further challenge umpire's decision.
That is what happened on Day 3 of 4th Test between India and England in Mumbai when England – having exhausted both of their reviews with wrong calls – were robbed off what looked like the 8th wicket.
Moeen Ali was bowling to Jayant Yadav in the 139th over of the match when the third ball of the over seemed to have taken a fine edge and England appealed for caught behind but the umpire said no.
Alastair Cook wanted to review the decision but was soon reminded that England no longer have a review left. Indian skipper Virat Kohli found it extremely hilarious and couldn't resist himself from trolling the English captain for on the scenario.
As a result, India ended the day having lost 7 wickets only with the wickets of both Virat Kohli and Jayant Yadav intact.