india vs south africa 3rd test: Virat Kohli reacts after DRS Angry stump mic LBW decision against Dean Elgar kl rahul Rahul also got angry


The decider of the three-match series between India and South Africa is being played at the Newlands Stadium in Cape Town. The third day’s play is over. But on this day a high voltage drama was seen when the captain of the Indian Test team, Virat Kohli came to the stump mic and started arguing. Whose video is becoming very viral on social media. Actually, captain Kohli was expressing his displeasure over a decision given by the third umpire, not on anyone else. What is the whole matter, let us tell you.

Let us tell you that South Africa was playing its second innings on the third day. Captain Dean Elgar was batting and Keegan Pietersen was supporting him at the other end. Spin bowler R Ashwin brought the 26th over from India. The first ball of this over hit Elgar’s leg. This was followed by a strong appeal from LBW. The on-field umpire gave out. However, Elgar immediately demanded DRS. At the same time, the third umpire changed the decision of the on-field umpire and gave not out.

The umpire Erasmus was also surprised after seeing this decision and shook his head saying “It’s impossible.” Meanwhile, Ashwin comes close to the stump mic and takes a dig at the host broadcaster’s ball-tracking technique, saying that you should find better ways to win SuperSport.

At the same time, after Ashwin’s over, Virat Kohli went to the stump mic and said, “Focus on your team also. Don’t focus only on the opposition team. All the time trying to catch people. After this KL Rahul Said, “The whole country is playing against XI people.” The video of this whole matter is also becoming very viral on social media.

Talking about the match, India has set a target of 212 runs in front of South Africa. Rishabh Pant remained unbeaten scoring 100 runs for India. On the other hand, India had a lead of 212 runs. Chasing the target of 212 runs, South Africa has scored 101 runs for 2 wickets on the third day. South Africa still need 111 runs to win. Let us tell you that South Africa scored 210 runs in the first innings while Team India scored 223 runs in their first innings.


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