ECB managing director Hugh Morris has again raised his voice in protest over the lack of Decision Review System (DRS) in India, saying the lack of technology has seen a number of on-field decision go badly wrong.
The BCCI have always refused to use the various review technologies, saying they are not as accurate as they're made out to be and prefer using the umpires' discretion. But a number of decisions during the four match series in India, for both sides, saw the issue crop up again.
Examples of this were when Alastair Cook was given out caught behind when he hadn't nicked it, and India's Cheteshwar Pujara was dismissed as caught at short leg when the ball had struck his elbow.
Morris told the BBC: "We made our views pretty clear at the beginning of the series. We believe DRS improves decision-making on the field. That has got to be good for the game.
"It is disappointing we are not using it in this series - and we should be. Over the last few years the DRS has really bedded into our game, has improved our game. We should be using it."
Morris, who was at the centre of the Kevin Pietersen texting/exile/reintegration saga before the tour began, was full of plaudits for the way the batsman had conducted himself on the trip, both as a player and team member.
The MD said: "It has worked out really well both on and off the field. We've moved on from where we were in the summer. Kevin sat down with the players and the management team and any outstanding issues have been put to bed.
"Off the field, he has done everything we've asked of him and on the field he has made huge contributions. The innings in Mumbai was a great innings, one of the great modern Test innings by an England batsman."
Morris also joined in the general chorus of praise for skipper Alastair Cook, who scored many runs on the tour and led from the front on his first full tour as captain, to one of the more daunting countries to visit as a cricketer.
He added: "Alastair, for the past 15 to 18 months, has been captain of the one-day squad and has really taken that team forward. The way he has gone about his business in India has been hugely impressive with the bat and as a leader.
"He has got the respect of the changing room. On his first major tour, he has led the team extremely well."