Virat Kohli Out: Team India seems to be in trouble in the Indore Test. After falling behind in the first innings, even in the second innings, the Indian team is not able to bat at that level, for which the players of Team India are known and recognized. Indian captain Rohit Sharma, opener Shubman Gill and former captain Virat Kohli have returned to the pavilion after being dismissed. By the time Virat Kohli got out, the Indian team could not even take away Australia’s lead. However, it must be said that Virat Kohli has once again become a victim of misfortune. He was batting well, but his dismissal would not only cost Kohli himself, but also left the Indian fans in shock.
Virat Kohli was dismissed by Kunman for 13 runs, DRS was not even taken
Former Indian captain Virat Kohli scored 13 runs in the second innings of the Indore Test but he will not be happy with the way he got out. The 23rd over of the second innings was going on. Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill i.e. both the openers had returned to the pavilion. Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara were at the crease. There was a partnership of 22 runs in 48 balls between them and it seemed that this pair would get out of trouble. But meanwhile Kunman came to bowl, it was a good length ball, which was a bit low. Virat Kohli went on the backfoot and tried to pull, but the ball and bat did not make contact. The ball hit his pad. Kunman appealed and was given out. Although Kohli had the chance that he could have taken DRS, Kohli decided to return. After this, when the replays were shown on TV, it was found that the ball was hitting the leg stump. By the way, even if Kohli had taken the review, the umpires would have been given out under the call, but the review would not have been bad. Yes, if the umpire had given him not out and after that the Kangaroo team would have taken DRS, Kohli would have remained unbeaten. Virat Kohli hit two fours during his 13-run knock.
Virat Kohli has not been able to cross the 50 mark even once in the series.
Virat Kohli has not been able to play big innings in a single match of this series so far. In the first innings of the Indore Test itself, he scored 22 runs off 52 balls. He was able to score 12 runs in the first Test played in Nagpur. This was followed by 44 runs in the first innings of the Delhi Test and 20 runs in the second innings. That is, even once he could not cross the figure of 50, while he is in form and is also seen in good touch. Test century with Kohli’s bat has not come for almost three and a half years, but he was scoring half-centuries, but now even 50 runs have been lost. Now his batting did not come in this match, but it remains to be seen whether Kohli is able to play some big innings in the last Test to be held in Ahmedabad or not.