Virat Kohli on Thursday vented his rage into the stump mic, expressing his anger over a DRS decision on Day 3 of the final test at Newlands, Cape Town.
Kohli and his teammates did not mince words as they expressed their frustration over an overturned LBW decision that went in favor of Dean Elgar during the 21st over of the South African second innings.
Hawk-eye showed that the ball was going over the stumps but the replays showed that the ball hit Elgar just below the knee roll.
Virat went up to the stump mic and poured his feelings.
“Focus on your team as well when they shine the ball and not just the opposition, trying to catch people all the time,” he said.
KL Rahul, the vice-captain, accused the third umpires of favoring the home side. At the same time, Virat Kohli indicated that they are not being attentive enough as Dean Elgar survived an on-field LBW call that has diverged the cricket fraternity.
On the other hand, Keegan Peterson and Elgar took the advantage of the situation and scored in no time. Nevertheless, Elgar fell in the final over of the day and South Africa ended the day on 101/2. India requires 8 wickets to win while they require 111 runs.