Technology Vs Human Element - Sports

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Hmm... Jus came back after watching the Germany - Argentina match .. An intense encounter... But there were one off incidents where in players were yellow carded for a foul which they did not commit.. which was confirmed when we watched the rep...
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Hmm... Jus came back after watching the Germany - Argentina match .. An intense encounter...
But there were one off incidents where in players were yellow carded for a foul which they did not commit.. which was confirmed when we watched the replays... Even in tennis there have been cases of misjudgement by the linesmen and chair umpire....

Well... we know that afterthoughts are easy and convenient..... but if the technology exists then why not go all out and refer the doubtful cases to say a third empire and make the appropriate judgement....

Over the years therez been an increase in the levels of technology being used in sports... be it for foot faults in tennis to the infamiliar run outs in cricket.... though at cost of that "human element" in the sport....

Whats the appropriate level of technology then which can be and should be used for the judgements or otherwise...? Its sometimes unfair to the player who is disadvantaged because of such decisions.... and its in such cases that technology could have come to the aid of the players and teams...

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