New DelhiTeam India captain Virat Kohli is usually not so lucky in the case of DRS, but on the second day of the third test between India and England (IND vs ENG 3rd Test), the matter is somewhat was different.
Siraj brought success
In the Headingley Test, when the match was moving towards Tea Time on Thursday, Mohammad Siraj gave a big relief to Team India by sending David Malan to the pavilion.
Pant took the catch quickly
When Mohammad Siraj bowled the 5th ball of the 94th over, after lightly touching David Malan’s bat, it reached the gloves of wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, after which the Indian players made a strong appeal.
Kohli took DRS
The field umpire first gave the verdict of not out. Rishabh Pant was also not sure whether the ball touched the bat or not, but Mohammad Siraj insisted, after which Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) indicated the DRS. .
— (@chirag_parmar17) August 26, 2021
Kohli’s decision was right
It could be clearly seen in the replays that Mohammad Siraj’s came out by touching David Malan’s bat, after which the third umpire gave the signal of out. And thus Malan got out after scoring 70 runs. The partnership of 129 runs between him and Joe Root was broken.
Fans were also surprised
In the current Test series against England, Virat Kohli’s DRS decision has not been as effective, due to which he faced a lot of criticism, although he proved to be right on Thursday, whose fans have praised him. Has also expressed surprising happiness.
Right on tea Siraj dismisses Malan! The partnership of Malan and Root is broken. #ENGvIND
— Chloe-Amanda Bailey (@ChloeAmandaB) August 26, 2021
India retained review, and Siraj retained Kohli’s trust for two more appeals. #EngvInd
— Silly Point (@FarziCricketer) August 26, 2021
Siraj gives the breakthrough for India, breaks 139 runs stand between Malan and Root as he gets Malan for 70 and England lead by 220 runs in the first innings.
— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) August 26, 2021
Fans after Virat Kohli won the toss AND took a good review in the same match pic.twitter.com/v5mj5ZFRge
– Sritama Panda (@cricketpun_duh) August 26, 2021
TEA D2 – England 298-3, lead by 220
Malan (70) falls on the stroke of tea, tickling Siraj down the leg-side. Great review by the seamer!
Root 80no still there #ENGvIND
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) August 26, 2021