Ross Taylor could have been saved if the New Zealand review was not used earlier in their inning.
The black hats badly filled one of their reviews in the World Cup cricket final against England on Sunday.
Reviews played an important role at the start of the game to identify new world champions, but the black hat turned out to be expensive.
At the beginning of the New Zealand beginning, Henry Nichols was rescued from a review after being given to Chris Wuks.
Then in the seventh over Martin Guptil was hit on the pads with a delivery by Wuks and again the finger of a judge was raised.
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Guptill was talking to Nicholls, and the other two seconds of the clock called for a review.
However, at the start of the review it was clear that Guptill did not take advantage of the bat with a bat and was hit on the pads in front of the doors.
Guptill headed back to the pavilion before being officially dealt, so obviously.
After missing the review, New Zealand had to hope that there would be no calls later.
But in the 34th, this review would have been desperately needed when Ross Taylor was given a ball by Mark Wood as he tried to direct him to his front leg.
However, the redundancies showed that the ball would bounce well over the stumps of the stumps.
Since Taylor left, only 15 out of 31 balls, the expression on his face showed he did not think he had to be dealt. But after the review had already passed, he was powerless to do anything about it.