New Delhi: Many interesting scenes come to the fore in Test cricket that lasts for five days, seeing which cricket lovers are stunned. A similar scene came to the fore on the third day of the ongoing fourth Test between India and Australia under the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Captain Steve Smith once got angry with his own players. It was also natural for him to be disappointed because he was not supported by the players of his own team.
Smith was looking for big wicket Virat Kohli
This scene came to the fore in the 64th over. Virat Kohli could not even open the account in 6 balls. When Todd Murphy bowled the last ball of this over, Kohli tried to stop it, but the ball went into the hands of wicketkeeper Alex Carey while dodging his bat. As soon as the ball went to Carey, he appealed strongly, but the umpire declared Kohli not out. Seeing the chance of a big wicket, many players gathered along with captain Steve Smith.
No player replied
Smith asked the players, including Carey and Murphy, do you think the ball touched the bat. On this, the players did not give any direct answer to his point. While time was running out here, Smith was being asked questions again and again. Carey left after saying something to them. After the timeout, Smith got frustrated on this confusion. He became angry at this act of his own players. Finally it was seen in the replays that the ball did not touch Kohli’s bat.
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