IND vs SA LIVE- Virat Kohli and KL Rahul attack broadcaster after controversial DRS call, saying ‘entire South Africa XI is playing against the people’: Many top Indian players including captain Virat Kohli and KL Rahul were very upset with South African broadcaster SuperSport. Team India was clearly upset after the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) call, which prompted South Africa captain Dean Elgar to overturn his lbw decision in the series, ruling out the Newlands Test. Follow India vs South Africa live updates at hindi.insidesport.in.
What upset Kohli and KL Rahul? KL Rahul, skipper Virat Kohli and spinner Ravichandran Ashwin gave different reactions to a controversial call.
The incident happened in the 21st over of the innings which Ashwin bowled. The spinner bowls a toss-up ball. Joe slipped inside and hit the inside edge of Elgar’s pad and right in front of the stumps. After which the on-field umpire Marais Erasmus raised his finger.
But Elgar reviewed the decision and replays showed that the ball was going over the stumps and hence the decision was reversed.
Indians attack on broadcaster: Team India was surprised to see the ball going over the stumps and the stump mic caught Kohli, Ashwin and Rahul suggesting tinkering with the technique. Even umpire Erasmus was seen nodding how the ball was missing the stumps.
UMPIRE: THAT’S IMPOSSIBLE ; HUH ! THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE
KL RAHUL: WHOLE COUNTRY PLAYING AGAINST 11 GUYS
MAYANK: MAKING THE SPORT LOOK BAD NOW
VIRAT KOHLI: FOCUS ON YOUR TEAM AS WELL WHEN THEY SHINE THE BALL NOT JUST THE OPPOSITION#INDvSA #SAvIND #DRS Supersport #IndianCricketTeam pic.twitter.com/gX0UabmdMA
– Mohit Arora (@_MohitArora_) January 13, 2022
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Cape Town Test Live Updates – Kohli, Rahul attack broadcaster: Mike first caught Ashwin saying: “You must find better ways to win SuperSport (South Africa broadcaster).”
Then Virat Kohli said: “Focus on your team too, not just the opposition, trying to catch people all the time.”
In conclusion, KL Rahul said: “The whole country is playing against the XI guys.”
Elgar and Keegan Pietersen maintained their full contribution to help South Africa regain full control against India on the third day of the ongoing third Test at Newlands Cape Town here on Thursday.
At stumps, South Africa were 101/2 – the hosts still need 111 runs to win. Pietersen (48 *) is currently unbeaten at the crease.
Earlier, Rishabh Pant scored an unbeaten century. In which India were bundled out for 198 in the second innings, giving South Africa a target of 212 runs. Marco Jensen took four wickets for the Proteas, while Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi took three wickets each.
As India were bundled out for 198, it became the first instance of a side getting all out 20 wickets in a Test match.