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ICC warns Kohli and Whole India team

Kohli and Whole India team


CRICDOT DESK : India lost the Cape Town Test by 8 wickets and lost the series. In this match, India captain Virat Kohli was not punished in the stump mic scandal. The India captain and his team have been warned and released. That too unofficially. In other words, the ICC is not keeping any record of Kohli’s behavior on the field with DRS.

In the 21st over of South Africa’s second innings, Ashwin’s ball hit Elgar’s leg. The on-field umpire Marius Erasmus ruled out the Indian team’s appeal. Elgar immediately took the review. The ball is seen passing over the wicket. But Kohli did not understand how the ball could get so high from where the ball hit the pad. There was obvious annoyance in their eyes.

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So the Indian captain went to the reggae stump mic and said, ‘Well done DRS, you played very well!’ Lokesh Rahul said, “The whole country is playing against 11 people.” Kohli is heard to say again, ‘Look not only at the opponents, but also at your own team, as if they are trying to catch us all the time.’ While Kohli was abusing Stump Mike, Rabichandran Ashwin complained to South African broadcaster Supersport that “SuperSports should find another way to win.”

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