Is Kohli in trouble for 'swearing' at Root?

02 August, 2018, 21:59 | Author: George Williams
  • India vs England,Virat Kohli,Joe Root

Again, spin and it turns away from Cook, hitting the top of off stump.Cook departs for 0 and that will also be the end of the day here. Kohli has taken that prediction and run with it.

Behind Root as he stormed off, Kohli celebrated by blowing a kiss, mouthing some fruity advice, putting his finger to his lips and adding a "mic-drop" - mocking Root's gesture last month, after he had clinched the one-day global series at Headingley with a second successive hundred.

Shockingly, according to the pictures of Shami's documents, three different birth dates are on display which has left everyone perplexed.

Kohli, who is leading India for the first time in a bilateral series against England in England, hasn't been that impressive while playing on English soil.

Yorkshire mates Root and Bairstow put on 104-run stand for the fourth wicket.

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Root was looking set to get a big one but a brilliant piece of fielding from Kohli saw the right-hander getting run-out for 80.

As has often been the case, a needless dismissal was also the spark for a collapse.

Dawid Malan then fell lbw to Shami for eight to leave England on 112-3.

And when Ben Stokes (21) chipped a gentle return catch to Ashwin, England were 243 for seven. And that's what we've got to take into today. Ashwin is on brink of another five-wicket haul.

Jennings was bowled by Mohammed Shami on the very next delivery, the batsman unfortunate to see the ball trickle onto the stumps after ricocheting off his body. Kohli could only score 134 runs in 10 innings, across 5 Tests as MS Dhoni-led India lost the series. Jennings was the first to go, but in an odd manner. However, Jennings was distracted by a pigeon walking near the pitch. It was a lucky breakthrough for India as their pacers found movement after the break. As has become all to familiar, England, through their own errors, are up against it and will need their bowlers to bail them out.

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"It's human error, it happens unfortunately, but Jonny was kind enough to give me a lift into the ground this morning".

Engaland was looking risky, with Root inching towards a century but his dismissal changed the game.

Root did at least bag one notable career milestone, displacing Alastair Cook as his country's quickest to 6,000 Test runs when he reached 40.

At lunch, England were 83 for one.

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