Pant Tells Van Der Dussen ‘To Keep His Mouth Shut’, Gets Out Next Ball
CRICDOT DESK : The dull microphone keeps recording conversations that are not normally recorded in front of the crowd. Fans can hear fascinating exchanges as the test matches between India and South Africa are held in a closed room due to the surge in Covid 19 cases in the country.
In the first test, Virat Kohli was seen complaining to the third referee, who took a long time to reach the decision, saying the WWE tagline, but in the Johannesburg test in India. Due to the absence of the captain, there was an unpleasant interaction with Rishabh Pant. South Africa’s Rassie van der Dussen was recorded with a stump microphone on the third day of the match.
At the end of about 38 days, Van der Dussen pants seemed to be heard by a controversial catch from the previous day, reminding Indian porters. But the pants didn’t want to endure it, so 23-year-old Van der Dussen replied, “If you have only half the knowledge, shut up.”
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The incident dates back to the second day of the Johannesburg test. At this time, Shardur released Takul just before drinking the duck tea. Van der Dussen inside pushed the ball into his ball and pants gloves. Van der Dussen did not question the decision or leave firmly. However, as the player entered the locker room, a replay surfaced, suggesting that the ball might have jumped in front of the pants and then landed on the glove.
On-air commentators Mike Hayesman and Sunil Gavaskas discussed the same thing, and the former Indian captain said Van der Dussen shouldn’t have run if anything happened. ESPNcricinfo later reported that South African captain Dean Elgar and team manager Khomotso Masubelele had met with match officials on a controversial decision, but no progress has been made since then.