Virat Kohli gave such an answer when asked a question on the DRS controversy

India and South Africa The Cape Town Test match played between the African team won by 7 wickets and won their name. At the same time, the team of Virat Kohli had to face a crushing defeat. After this defeat, he has blamed the batsmen for it. After the end of the match, when Virat Kohli was questioned in the press conference regarding DRS, he answered it in his own style. What did he say about this, he tells through this report….

The Indian captain gave such an answer when asked a question on DRS

South Africa has not only won the third test match but also captured the series 2-1. In fact, on the third day of the Cape Town Test match, there was a lot of controversy by the Indian team regarding DRS. Even the batsmen of Team India had vented their anger on the African broadcaster. Especially the video of how the Indian captain lost his cool is becoming increasingly viral on social media.

During the press conference held after the Cape Town Test, when Virat Kohli was questioned on the DRS controversy, he replied, ‘I don’t want to say anything on this. Whatever happened, it ended on the field itself. After this, he blamed the batting order completely for this defeat. Along with this, he also talked about paying attention to it.

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Virat Kohli blames batsmen for defeat in Cape Town Test 2022

On this big defeat in Cape Town, the Indian captain said,

“The biggest challenge we face on foreign tours is that we are not able to maintain our momentum. Where we have been able to do that, we have won matches. We tried to do that here but there was a time of 40-45 minutes in the match when we batted badly and the bowling of the opposition team was very attacking.

Virat Kohli also admitted that the reason for the loss in this series was India’s poor batting order. They said,

“Our batting in the last 2 matches let us down a lot. Surely now this has to be taken care of. We did better in Australia and England. But, that is not a guarantee of doing better in Africa. The truth is that we don’t live in Africa and now we have to solve this problem.”

These two batsmen will be decided by the selectors.

Virat Kohli on Rahane pujara

In this Test series against Africa, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane disappointed a lot with their poor performance. Even after a good start in a few innings, both could not convert it into a big score. Therefore, now the news of dropping both these batsmen from the team has started coming to the fore. When Virat Kohli was questioned on this, he replied saying, “Both (Pujara-Rahane) forged a good partnership. Further decision is in the hands of the selectors.

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