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This South African bowler accused Team India of controversial DRS, said this big thing

After this, the Indian players complained fiercely about the wrong replay.

Cape Town, On the third day of the third test match being played between India and South Africa (India vs South Africa 3rd Test Match), something happened that surprised everyone. Something like this happened during this match, after seeing which all the Indian players and umpires were also stunned.

Ravichandran Ashwin was bowling in the 21st over of this match. In this over, his ball hit the pads of South African captain Dean Elgar and the umpire gave him out. The Indian players started celebrating Elgar’s dismissal. So on the other hand, Elgar talked to his teammate Keegan Pietersen and decided to take DRS. After this it was seen in the replay that the ball is going over the stump. After this the umpire changed his decision and declared Elgar not out. The South African team was happy with this decision of the umpire. But, all the players of the Indian team appeared angry with this decision.

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After this, the Indian players complained fiercely about the wrong replay. At the same time, everyone from the captain to the bowler showed their anger on the stump mic in turn. On this behavior of the Indian team, South Africa bowler Lungi Ngidi has said that the Indian team is desperate and under pressure. That’s why it is doing this.

Lungi Ngidi added, “I think such a reaction often shows frustration. Sometimes it happens that the front teams take advantage of this. You never want to express your emotions too much when you are on the field. But the emotions of the Indian players were very high in this match and it shows that the Indian team is feeling the pressure. That partnership was very important for us, so the Indian team wanted to break it at any cost.

Bhagyashree Soni
Bhagyashree Soni is a software engineer with soft writing skills. She is a degree holder from the International School of Entrepreneurial Leadership. She has been a state-level badminton champion and chess player. A woman with a forthright attitude enjoys her writing passion as her chosen career. Writing in the context of feminism, social cause and entrepreneurship is her forte.
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