virat kohli: Disciplinary action against Virat Kohli, the captain, for knocking on the locker room door?

The fourth round between India and England is coming to an exciting finale. With just one day left in the match, England needed just 291 runs to win. With 10 wickets in hand, victory is not far off for England. Meanwhile, India expects pacemakers and spinners to take advantage of the pitch on the final day.

Kohli without completing half a century

The highlight of the Indian entries on the fourth day was the tail fight. The best players did not live up to expectations, but the resistance in the tail gave them a decent score. The defeat of Captain Virat Kohli once again was a disappointment for the Indian countryside. Virat Kohli, who scored 44, returned with a wicket to Moin Ali.

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The door closes suddenly

Throughout the series, Kohli did not perform as expected. On the fourth day, the captain was disappointed to be ruled out despite a favorable batting situation. When Kohli returned, he knocked on the dressing room door. Kohli could face disciplinary action if convicted. While hitting well, Kohli came back with a completely unnecessary defense.

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Kohli’s century wait is long

Kohli hasn’t scored a century in the last 53 innings. The last century of testing was in November 2019. Fans have been looking forward to the century of Kohli in England this season. But the captain can’t even be a shadow in the above form. In the series against England, Kohli scored a total of 218 runs with an average of 31.14.

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The strongest for India is the end

With the return of Rahane and Kohli, Rishabh Pant (50), Shardul Thakur (60), Umesh Yadav (25) and Jaspreet Bumra (24) were the main contributors to Indian entries. India scored 466 but was eliminated by 99 in the first innings. England’s goal was 367 runs. With 77 not out on the fourth day, England awaits victory.

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