Watch: Virat Kohli was angry at the third referee’s decision, came out on the stump microphone

The Test series decider between India and South Africa at Newlands, Cape Town has heated up. Actually, after the end of the game on the third day, now the India team has to take eight wickets to win. On the other hand, South Africa has to score 111 runs. There was a lot of heat between the two teams on the third day. One such incident occurred in the 21st of the second inning for South Africa, for which a controversy arose.

In reality, India gave a target of 212 runs to South Africa to win. After this, India got the first hit, but then Dean Elgar and Keegan Pietersen stood in front of the Indian bowlers. Meanwhile, in a total of 60 runs in the over 21, the umpire at the Marais Erasmus field gave Dean Elgar out lbw against Ravichandran Ashwin, but Elgar took the DRS and then the third umpire did not give him out, while the screen it was clear. It could be seen that the ball was on the line of impact and launch and the original decision was also out. However, the ball did not hit the stumps.

However, when the third umpire did not call Elgar out, the field umpire was also surprised. Following this decision, Ashwin stepped up to the microphone and said that Supersport does not do this.

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At the same time, Captain Kohli also got angry. The Indian captain walked up to the microphone and said to focus on his team. Don’t just focus on the opposing team. All the time trying to catch people.

Earlier, Virat Kohli also collided with Dean Elgar in the 11th of the second inning for South Africa. Kohli had said, you can’t keep me quiet. We all know who was trying to cancel the 2018 Johannesburg test.


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