IND vs NZ: Ruckus over Virat Kohli’s dismissal, Michael Vaughan told how the umpire’s decision was

Controversy continues over the dismissal of Indian captain Virat Kohli in the second Test between India and New Zealand at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. From cricket fans to many former players, questions were raised about giving out LBW to Kohli. Former England captain Michael Vaughan also expressed his opinion on this matter and called Virat not out. After the Indian captain was given out by the umpire, replays showed that the inner edge of Kohli’s bat was also hit. However, there was confusion as to whether the ball first hit the bat or the tree.

IND vs NZ: Virat got angry as soon as he reached the boundary line after getting out, hit the bat hard- Video

After watching the replays several times, the umpire declared Kohli out for lack of evidence. Kohli was very angry with this decision of the umpire. He also held talks with field umpire Nitin Menon before leaving for the field and later slammed his bat near the boundary line in despair while returning to the pavilion. This decision given by umpire Virender Sharma also got a lot of outrage on social media and Indian fans fiercely targeted the umpire.

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Virat’s comeback was disappointing as he was dismissed for zero. Virat was rested from the three-match T20 International series against New Zealand and the first Test match. Fans expected that Virat’s bat would see a great innings, but it did not happen and he was dismissed without opening an account. With this, an embarrassing record has been registered in his name. Virat has now become the first Indian to be dismissed without opening an account 10 times as a Test captain. Apart from this, Virat Kohli has also made his place at the top along with Bishan Singh Bedi, Kapil Dev, Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the list of Indian Test captains who were dismissed for the most number of ducks in a calendar year.


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