New Delhi: Team India suffered a 2-1 defeat in the three-match Test series against South Africa. In the deciding match of the series, India lost by 7 wickets. Many controversial incidents were also seen in the third test. Especially when South African captain Dean Elgar was given not out on the DRS review, the Indian team created a lot of ruckus. After which there is a constant talk of punishing Team India. However, a big update has come to the fore after the team was punished on this dispute.
Team India going to get punishment?
In the third Test, when Dean Elgar was given not out in the crucial moments of the match, Indian captain Virat Kohli got enraged and started venting anger on the field itself. Team India captain Virat Kohli said something in the stump mic, showing anger. Apart from this, KL Rahul also said that the whole country is playing against 11 players. At the same time, Ravichandran Ashwin also told the umpire something in this matter.
Big update surfaced
According to ESPN Cricinfo, the match officials of the ICC have decided not to take any action against the team. After the match, the officials of both the teams also interacted with each other and captain Virat Kohli was also present there. During this, no one made any allegations against Team India. Due to which it was decided that no punishment will be given to the Indian team by the ICC.
Team India lost in test series
Chasing 212 against India, South Africa achieved the target by losing 3 wickets in their second innings. Keegan Petersen scored a brilliant 81, while Rasi Van der Dussen contributed 41 and Temba Bavuma contributed 32 runs to give his team a memorable 7-wicket win. Team India did wonders by winning the first Test match by 113 runs in Centurion, but lost both the Tests in Johannesburg and Cape Town and lost 1-2 in the series. India has not won a single test series on this soil till date.