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Virat Kohli LBW: Umpire Nitin Menon gets slammed by fans after his controversial LBW decision against Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli LBW

Virat Kohli LBW: who failed with the bat in the first Test against Australia, looked in rhythm in the first innings of the second match being played in Delhi. He played an inning of 44 runs in 84 balls with the help of 4 fours at the Arun Jaitley Stadium on Saturday. Kohli was heading towards his 29th Test fifty but in the 50th over, the spinner became the victim of Kuhnemann.

Kohli has adjudged LBW out, on which controversy has arisen While many people agreed with the umpire’s decision on social media, many expressed their displeasure. On the other hand, Kohli was not only on the field but also reached the dressing room and was upset with the umpire’s decision Virat Kohli LBW.

Kohli’s bat or pad hit first? (Virat Kohli LBW)

Virat Kohali LBW

Actually, Kohli got the third ball of the 50th over flat, which came in fast without turning. Kohli’s bat was close to the pad but despite that the on-field umpire gave LBW. After this, Kohli took a review, in which the umpire’s call cost him dearly. The umpire felt that the ball had hit the bat first and in such a situation Virat Kohli LBW had to return to the pavilion.

However, some cricket fans objected to the umpire’s decision, saying that the UltraEdge showed spikes, due to which it was clear that the ball had first hit the bat and not the pad.

Significantly, on the second day of the match, the Indian top order faltered badly. Barring Rohit Sharma (32) and Kohli, no player could cross the figure of 30. Kohli shared a 59-run partnership with Ravindra Jadeja (26) for the fifth wicket to take India past hundreds.

Kohli got out as the sixth batsman. India lost 7 wickets in the first innings for a total score of just 139. Significantly, the Australian team scored 263 runs in the first innings(Virat Kohli LBW).

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