New Delhi: After winning the second Test against England by 151 runs, everyone is expecting a great performance from Team India in the third Test. However, the hearts of the fans must have been broken by the poor start of the Indian team. Team India could only score 78 runs in the first innings. During this, Kohli was seen angry many times on the field and he was unhappy with the umpires on the first day of Leeds. On which the former British cricketer has made a strong comment.
Virat raised question on umpires
In fact, on the first day of the third Test, when the Indian team came out to bowl, Ishant Sharma bowled ten balls in an over. When he overstepped, umpire Alex Wharf declared the ball wide. After which Kohli looked disappointed with this decision. For this reason, Lloyd commented on Virat and said that a person of Kohli’s stature cannot do this and he should be punished.
Lloyd furious at Kohli
Former British cricketer David Lloyd, while writing to DailyMail, has said that he is not happy with the way India captain Virat Kohli keeps asking questions to the umpires. He said, ‘Kohli is one of the great players, but constantly questions the decisions of the umpires. Ishant Sharma overstepped twice in his first over, then bowled an off-side wide, which was right by Alex Wharf.
David Lloyd further said, ‘The umpires should have the power to punish the dissent in my book, Bumble said.
Virat Sena could only score 78 runs
In the third Test, England fast bowler James Anderson forced the top batsmen of Team India to kneel. Within an hour of the match, the Indian team lost its three wickets. First KL Rahul returned to the pavilion without opening the account. After which Cheteshwar Pujara could only score 1 run in 9 balls and once again proved to be a flop. Kohli got out after scoring 7 runs.
At the same time, vice-captain Rahane also could not do much and got out after scoring 18 runs. Pant also returned to the pavilion after scoring 2 runs. After that Rohit Sharma went on 19 runs after playing a very bad shot, soon after which Shami got out on the first ball itself. After which all the players returned to the pavilion one by one and the Indian team could only score 78 runs in the first innings. England gave an extra 16 runs or else the Indian team would have been reduced to 60-62 runs.