Three more reviews taken, three more times it went wrong. 

The Decision Review System proved to be a concept too difficult for India to understand as Virat Kohli and Co struggled with it once again on the second day of the ongoing second Test against Australia in Bengaluru.

Coming into the Test, India's record was already pretty abysmal and on Sunday they made the statistics even worse. While one of the reviews -- the first one of the day against Steve Smith -- was a worthy shout, they reverted back to type in the final session with two poor choices.

With India desperate to find a breakthrough post-tea, with Australia inching forward thanks to a fighting innings by Shaun Marsh, DRS hilarity struck again. First, it was a decision to review a LBW where it turned out the batsman got a thick inside edge and the second was a caught behind appeal where the ball missed Matthew Wade's bat by a fair distance.

Source: b"India's record coming into the second Test\xc2\xa0"

In Pune, on a turner, India wasted all 4 reviews while fielding and got one correct out of the three while batting. Against England at Visakhapatnam, hosts had 3 out of 9 correct referrals and 3 out of 10 in Chennai. The Bangladesh match at Hyderabad was shade better with 5 out of 11 correct calls.

And through the second day of action in Bengaluru, fans on Twitter were quick to pounce on India's DRS troubles.

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