On the TV coverage, Abood can be heard saying, seemingly to the TV umpire over his radio: “No appeal.”
The replay was then shown on the big screen with Joseph clearly out of his ground and the Australians started to celebrate, but Abood stood by his view there was no appeal and it could not now be made.
The players started to gather around Abood, who said: “Stop, stop, stop…there was no appeal.”
With the players remonstrating, Abood says: “Can we get on with the game, guys…guys we are getting into real poor territory.”
Eventually, Johnson sent down the next delivery and the game drew to its conclusion.
Law 31.3, timing of appeals, states: “For an appeal to be valid, it must be made before the bowler begins his/her run-up or, if there is no run-up, his/her bowling action to deliver the next ball, and before Time has been called.”
There is no specific reference to an appeal coming after a replay has been shown on the big screen, although there are protocols around replays not going onto the screen for appeals that may involve the DRS until the 15 seconds have elapsed.
There was an occurrence in the recent Australia-South Africa women’s ODI series where Australia were denied the chance to review an lbw against Chloe Tryon because the replay had already been put on the screen.
The incident in Adelaide did not impact the result of the game which Australia won by 34 runs.