‘I would have hanged myself…’, the venomous criticism of the Australian legend, taking the name of Virat
India won the first Test against Australia by an innings of 132 runs. After the Australian team was dismissed cheaply in the first innings, India put up a huge score. The Australian team could not equal the lead taken by India in the first innings even in the second innings. India’s legendary batsman Virat Kohli was dismissed in the first innings for playing a wrong shot. Against this backdrop, former Australian captain Ian Chappell criticized Virat.
After coming to bat against Australia in the Nagpur Test match, fans were expecting Virat Kohli to make a big innings. However, Virat lost his wicket for just 12 runs. After lunch on the second day of the match, both the teams returned to the field to play. This time Virat Kohli was on strike and was caught in the slips on the very first ball by newcomer Todd Murphy. Virat lost his wicket on the worst delivery of Murphy’s entire spell. The ball was short and went outside the leg stump. But this mistake was made by Virat as the ball did not bounce on the pitch. After the ball bounced, Virat could have scored a few runs by playing a shot to the leg side. But he had to lose his wicket as the ball stayed down.
He has been criticized after the ball was dismissed by playing the wrong shot like this. But former Australian legend Ian Chappell is getting mixed reactions after criticizing Virat. After Virat was caught playing a wrong shot, he made a statement while talking to the media, which has gone down well with Virat’s fans. Chappell said, “What was Virat Kohli playing that shot for? If I had got out in the slips like that at fine-leg, I would have hanged myself.”
Virat Kohli’s poor form continues in Test cricket!! #INDvAUS #viratkholiOUT pic.twitter.com/we2RaCRYMJ
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Meanwhile, considering the overall test match between the two teams, India bowled first after losing the toss. Batting first, the Australian team got caught in Ravindra Jadeja’s spin net (5 wickets). In reply, captain Rohit Sharma (120 runs) scored a century to help India score 400 runs. Trailing by 223 runs, the Australian team faced more difficulties in the second innings. After Ravichandran Ashwin took the opening wickets (five of the first six wickets), Australia were bowled out for just 91 runs in the second innings. After this win, India has a 1-0 lead in this year’s Border Gavaskar series. (Former Australian captain Ian Chaffle criticized Virat Kohli)
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