India captain Virat Kohli responds to the DRS controversy© AFP
India captain Virat Kohli mentioned on Friday that his crew used to be “shaken” via the debate over their resolution to lose the sequence 2-1 throughout the 3rd Check defeat to South Africa in Newlands. Kohli, 33, and two teammates complained on a stump microphone that house captain Dean Elgar survived the assessment after being given a leg earlier than wicket within the a very powerful 3rd over. Talking at a press convention after a seven-wicket defeat in Cape The town, he mentioned, “I don’t have any remark to make.
“We understand what happened on the field and the people outside don’t know if we took three wickets there. It was probably the moment that changed the game.”
Vice-captain KL Rahul and bowler Ravichandran Ashwin have been additionally heard within the mic.
“The reality of the situation is that we have not put enough pressure on them for a long time,” Kohli mentioned.
“Growing that unmarried second of controversy feels nice and really thrilling, however truthfully I’ve little interest in developing controversy.
“It was just a moment and we came out of it and we focused on the game and tried to take wickets.”
Host Broadcaster SuperSport on the identical time said that they’d no keep an eye on over the Determination Overview Device (DRS) used within the sequence.
“SuperSport notes the comments made by some members of the Indian cricket team,” it informed AFP.
“Hawk-Eye is an independent service provider, approved by the ICC and their technology has been an integral part of DRS for many years.
“SuperSport has no keep an eye on over Hawk-Eye era.”
Match referee Andy Pycroft and the International Cricket Council have not yet commented on whether any disciplinary action will be taken against Kohli, Rahul and Ashwin for their role in the incident.
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