IND VS ENG: Kohli stopped speaking of James Anderson, Virat got furious about this misbehavior; Viral Video

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New Delhi: The second Test between India and England (IND VS ENG) continues at the historic ground of Lord’s. At the beginning of the match, where Team India was looking heavy, it ended after England’s batting and there was a neck-and-neck fight between the two teams. But the way Team India’s batsmen are failing on the fourth day of the match, England is in a good position at the moment.

However, in the midst of all this, a surprising incident happened. There was an altercation between Team India’s captain Virat Kohli and England’s legendary bowler James Anderson.

Kohli abuses Anderson

At the beginning of Team India’s second innings, KL Rahul got out 5, after a while Rohit Sharma returned to the pavilion after scoring 21 runs. After which Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara were present at the crease. Virat was standing at the non-striker’s end. On the fourth ball of the 17th over, Anderson came back after getting the ball and he said something, after which Virat Kohli got angry and lost his cool.

Virat Kohli used abusive words while replying to Anderson and then said, ‘This is a pitch and you are running here, this is not your home. Also saying to Virat Heard, ‘You’re swearing at me? Like you did with Bumrah yesterday?’

Anderson was furious at Bumrah

Actually the third day’s play was about to end. Then Indian star bowler Jasprit Bumrah (Jasprit Bumrah) Came to bowl. Bumrah started throwing bouncers one after the other to Anderson, then a ball hit his helmet too. Mohammed Shami dismissed James Anderson and ended England’s innings. After that, when the players of both the teams started returning to the pavilion, Anderson got angry and went to Jasprit Bumrah and called Bumrah bad. His anger had grown so much that Root had to intervene. During the pre-show on Sony Sports, some scenes from the previous day after the stump were shown and a debate started over Bumrah’s over and Anderson’s reaction.

Kohli flopped again

When Virat Kohli came out to bat, the fans expected a long innings from him, but Kohli got out in the blink of an eye. He could only manage 20 runs in the second innings against England. Earlier, Kohli had scored 42 runs in the first innings. Let us tell you that for almost 1.5 years, not a single century has come out of Virat’s bat. He scored his last century in November 2019. Virat had scored 136 runs in the day-night test against Bangladesh at that time.

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