IND vs SA: Team India lost due to Virat Kohli’s mistake! African captain revealed

Cape Town. South Africa captain Dean Elgar (Dean Elgar) Said that the DRS controversy gave him time to reach the target in the decisive third Test against India. He said that due to this controversy, Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) The attention of the Indian team led by The decision to give Elgar out leg before was changed by the third umpire as the Hawkeye technique showed the ball going over the stumps. This angered the Indian camp and captain Kohli, vice-captain KL Rahul (KL Rahul) and senior off-spinner R Ashwin (R Ashwin) took a dig at the South African broadcaster Super Sports on the stump mic.

Chasing a target of 212 runs to win South Africa At that time he had scored 60 runs for one wicket. The Indian team got embroiled in the DRS controversy and the hosts scored 40 runs in the next eight overs. dean elgar Said, “It gave us time and we scored runs fast. It helped in reaching the target.” He said, “It benefited us. At that time he had forgotten about the match and got emotional. I really enjoyed it. Maybe they were under pressure and the situation was not in their favor when they are not used to it. ,

He said, “We were very happy but on the third and fourth day we had to bat well because the pitch was helping the bowlers. We had to stick to our basics with extra discipline.” After the 113-run loss in the Boxing Day Test, Elgar had a heated conversation with the team which turned out to be favourable. He said, “Losing the first match of the home series is never ideal. In South Africa, however, it has become a trend to start slowly. We woke up after losing the first Test and performed to the best of our ability and won the rest of the matches.

IND vs SA: Kohli-Ashwin-Rahul saved from big trouble, created a ruckus on DRS

In the DRS controversy, Indian Test captain Virat Kohli, R Ashwin and KL Rahul have escaped from Sacha. The ICC’s match officials have not considered the behavior of Indian players to be in violation of the code of conduct.


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