India vs Pakistan, ICC World Cup 2019: Indian captain Virat Kohli left the crease in the World Cup match against Pakistan on Sunday and returned to the pavilion. Later, it was clear from Replley that he made a mistake by doing so.
India and Pakistan, in the World Cup match, India defeated Pakistan by 89 runs in accordance with the Duckworth Lewis rules. In this match, Pakistan won the toss and called the Indian team for batting first.
India’s innings started well. Instead of Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul came to the opening and together with Rohit Sharma, shared 136 runs for the first wicket.
For the second wicket Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma shared a 98-run partnership. After the dismissal of Rohit Sharma, an interesting incident took place on the field when Virat Kohli was not out and also convinced to return to the pavilion.
Indian captain Virat Kohli left the crease in the World Cup match against Pakistan on Sunday and returned to the pavilion, later replayed it was clear that he made a mistake because the ball did not touch his bat.
Kohli was playing at 77 runs when he felt that fast bowler Mohammad Aamer’s bouncer got him out of the bat and reached the wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed. Pakistan appealed but umpire Marias Erasmus did not lift the finger.
However, Kohli did not wait for the umpire’s decision and he left the crease and left. However, it was clear from Repla that Kohli had made a mistake because the system in Ultra Edge was clear that the ball and the bat did not get in touch.
When Kohli came to know later, he was looking at his batting in the Indian pavilion and there was a slight sound.
Probably he was confused by this voice. Later Mahendra Singh Dhoni also saw this shortage of his bat.
Kohli, who scored 11,000 runs in one-day internationals during his innings, was out in the 48th over, and therefore India did not suffer much. After being dismissed like Virat Kohli, people were seen taking their nerves on social media. Some people even said that give Virat Kohli the Noble. During this time some funny comments came …