MUMBAI The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has been the custodian of the laws of cricket since the Clubs formation in 1787. The MCC, in its law on toss (Law 12.4) is silent on who would toss the coin and which captain would call head or tail. The law only states: The captains shall toss for the choice of innings on the field of play not earlier than 30 minutes, nor later than 15 minutes, before the scheduled or any rescheduled time for the match to start. However, it has been customary for the home side captain to toss the coin and the visiting captain to call in a bilateral match, if not being played at neutral venue. Interestingly, the first days play of the ongoing Test match at University Oval, Dunedin between New Zealand and Pakistan saw Kiwi captain Daniel Vettori, and perhaps the first skipper in Test history, to call at the toss in a Test being played in his country. This was because Mohammad Yousuf, the first ICL player to lead the national team, was playing his home series in New Zealand. The wicket of TG McIntosh is the 26th instance of 1934 Test matches played so far, where the wicket is fallen on the first delivery of the match. Pakistans 17-year-old medium fast-bowler Mohammad Aamer became the third Pakistan bowler to achieve this feat. Fazal Mahmood and Imran Khan are the other two Pakistan bowlers. The first day of the play also saw Brendon McCullum being the beneficiary of the Umpires Decision Review System (UDRS). The review system proved Australian umpire Simon Taufel wrong. The penultimate ball of the day was a sharp off-cutter from Asif, an appeal that was upheld. McCullum challenged it, and was seen being hit outside the line of off.