NEW DELHI (Agencies) - Vindicating the Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) reservations over the use of the Hawk-Eye ball-tracking technology, leading international umpire Simon Taufel has referred Australian player Phil Hughes' second-innings dismissal during the Galle Test against Sri Lanka to the International Cricket Council (ICC). A cricket website reported that Taufel, along with officiating umpires Richard Kettleborough, Aleem Dar and Tony Hill, has sent footage of the incident to the ICC as a "serious question mark against the accuracy of Hawk-Eye". Earlier this year, eyebrows were raised when the BCCI refused to endorse the use of the ball-tracking technology as a part of the Umpires Decision Review System (UDRS). In Sri Lanka, though, where Hawk-Eye is being used in the current series against the Aussies, Hughes was given out LBW trying to sweep Dilshan, a decision the batsman immediately appealed. Replays showed the ball had spun from around middle to off, but Hawk-Eye predicted the ball would have gone on to hit leg-stump instead After consultations between the umpires, the original decision was upheld and Hughes was given out.