Called "confusing" by India captain Virat Kohli, the Umpire's Call has been a subject of controversy for a while now.
The controversy over Suryakumar Yadav's dismissal in the fourth T20I against England provides the cricketing establishment a golden chance to make a break from the trend of relying blindly on technology.
The mistake by Anil Chaudhary meant that Rahane got a life, and England lost a review.
The Australian captain said he had already sought clarification from match officials but had not been satisfied by their response.
Tendulkar pointed out that the players challenge the on-field umpire's decision since they are unhappy with the call and hence the sport's world governing body needs to seriously look into the issue.
The circle of “influencers” on the outcome has progressively widened and presently involves not only the match referee and support staff of the team but also the TV crew.
Kohli blamed the TV staff for showing the replay of the disputed incident before the 15-second period -- which is allowed to review a decision -- was over.
Her comments were a response to New Zealand captain Sophie Devine recommending a smaller ball and Pandey's India teammate Jemimah Rodrigues suggesting a shorter pitch to pack more action into women's cricket.
Bucknor feels that review systems helps in giving correct decisions more often than not and that is better for the sport overall and not just the officials.
The replay showed a clear nick on the snickometer, but the third umpire stuck with the on-field umpire's decision.