Watch: Virat Kohli Venting His Frustration After Failed DRS Appeal
With the Pune pitch assisting the spinners so much, team India would have wanted to make a strong start on the first day of the series-opener against Australia. However, the Australian openers David Warner and Matt Renshaw managed to keep the Indian bowlers at bay as they made a cautious start. Already frustrated with the Australian openers’ dodgy display, India’s frustration only compounded when wasted a review inside 10 overs. Disappointed with the turn of events, India skipper Virat Kohli showed his frustration by nodding his head sideways.
The incident happened in the 10th over of the innings when Matt Renshaw, looking to defend a R Ashwin delivery, missed the ball completely which went straight into Wriddhiman Saha’s gloves. Saha appealed for a caught behind straightaway as he was convinced that the ball had touched the bat. But the umpire gave his decision in the batsman’s favour. However, Saha was not ready to let it to and along with Ashwin persuaded Kohli to review the decision. And Kohli, who was looking unimpressed with Saha’s claims, decided to go upstairs only to find out that the umpire was right. And as expected, the Indian skipper was frustrated with the call but managed to keep his emotions under control.
Watch the incident here:
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