New Delhi. Drs (DRS) Indian Test captain Virat Kohli in controversy (Virat Kohli), R Ashwin and KL Rahul have escaped from Sacha. The ICC’s match officials have not considered the behavior of Indian players to be in violation of the code of conduct. Kohli and his teammates lost their cool during the last 45 minutes of the third day of the Cape Town Test when South Africa (South Africa) Captain Dean Elgar (Dean Elgar) Ko stayed at the crease due to the controversial DRS decision. Indian players expressed their disappointment on the stump mic. India lost the series 2-1 after losing the third match by seven wickets.
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In the 21st over of the South African innings Ravichandran Ashwin Elgar was a clear leg-barrier off the ball but replays showed that the ball was passing over the stumps. Kohli, however, was not happy with the DRS’s decision and other Indian players also expressed their displeasure over it. The Indian players knew that their every conversation was being recorded in the stump mic. In such a situation, he used it to express his feelings.
During this, an Indian player said, “The whole country is against 11 players.” Then the other player said, “The broadcaster is here to make money.” Another Indian player said, “I hope so.” It’s like the microphone is recording our conversations.” Even Ashwin couldn’t stop himself from taking a dig at the broadcaster’s ball-tracking technology, adding, “‘Supersport’ you must find better ways to win.” Feather Virat Kohli Said, “Not only on the opposing team, pay attention to your team as well. Efforts are being made all the time to nab people.
Virat Kohli clarified after the criticism
Kohli defended his team’s verbal attack against broadcasters after the match after the controversial DRS decision went in Dean Elgar’s favor. He said that the people sitting outside do not know the reasons for such behavior on the field. I don’t want to comment on this. He said, “Trying to justify what we did on the field for me and to say that we got carried away by emotions…” Kohli did not complete the sentence.
Virat Kohli said, “If we had dominated there and took three wickets, that moment would probably have changed the direction of the game.” Kohli, who has played 99 Tests so far, said that he does not want to make it a controversy and his The team has gone beyond this.