Virat Kohli gave Tim Penn to Sledge, the Australian captain gave these answers: Despite Kohli’s 25th Test century, the Indian team was reduced to 283 runs and the hosts made 175 runs lead on the third day. The Indian captain was caught out in the second slip while the catch was referred to the third umpire and it was not changed by calling it ‘a sign signal’.
The second Test between India and Australia is heading towards the end, but there is a tense atmosphere at the end of the third day with the verbal breakdown between the two captains Virat Kohli and Tim Penn. Despite Kohli’s 25th Test century, the Indian team was reduced to 283 runs and the hosts made 175 runs lead on the third day. The Indian captain was caught out in the second slip while the catch was referred to the third umpire and it was not changed by calling it ‘a sign signal’. During the second innings of Australia, Kohli was battling a lot of batting at the ground, something was going on till the stump. During this, the two captains exchanged words. When Tim Paine was batting, Kohli and his colleagues made a strong appeal to catch the catches behind the wicket and recorded the sound of Kohli in the microphone, in which he said, “If he makes a mistake, then the series is 2- The Australian captain also replied, “For this, you have to bat first. “Star spinner Nathan Lyon, who took five wickets in the innings for the hosts, did not give the event a special attention.
He said, “I think Tim asked him where he was going for dinner, just nothing else. I have played a lot of cricket against Virat and I know how it is and I am not worried about what he is doing and what India is doing. “He said,” Virat is a great player and he Plays with emotions, we all are aware of this. Honestly, I am not much worried about how Virat responds or how he behaves. I am just worried about what we can do to maintain control in the Australian dressing room and I think we did very well today on the bowler’s side. ”
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Behind the field of Kohli, although former Australian players Mike Hussey and Ellen Border did not come to the rescue. Hussey said to Macwary Sports Radio, “Kohli is out of the box. I do not like his attitude at this time. “While former captain Border said to Fox Cricket,” I do not think I have seen any captain behave like this. ”
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