The ongoing antagonism between Steve Smith and Virat Kohli came to the fore again on Tuesday as Australia stuttered in their pursuit of victory in the second Test.
Steve Smith in the process of asking Handscomb whether he should review it, also seemed to be seeking guidance from the dressing room. "You see that video and next time ask me the same question", he added. "I pointed it out to the umpires and twice I have seen their players looking up there for information and that's why I was adamant".
While Llong appeared to have the situation under control, Kohli immediately approached the Australia captain, aggressively voicing his displeasure at the actions taken by Smith, who quickly turned and started leaving the field as the India skipper continued the verbal barrage.
"We had told the umpires and the match referee also, what they were doing, and it has been going on for three days. I would never do something like that on the cricket field". Sledging and playing against the opponents is different but I don't want to mention that word but it falls into that bracket.
"Australian opener David Warner will need to reduce the size of his bat while umpires will have the power to send players from the field under new laws to hit cricket." .
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Asked by a journalist if the word he was referring to was "cheating", Kohli said, "I didn't say that". Former batsman Mark Waugh, now a national selector, described Kohli's dismissal in the first innings at Bangalore as "brain fade", and a case of not showing the intent he wanted his players to.
"I shouldn't have done that".
"I was looking at our boys", admitted Smith. The Australia series, for the first time, has put the 28-year-old in a tight corner and there are signs that he is feeling the heat. On a pitch where the margins are less, a 48-run lead is handy and if Australia can stretch it to 100, India will find it extremely hard on this deteriorating track.
While the fiery African pacer said, "Love Virat's aggression". "If someone makes a mistake while batting, for me personally, that's a brain-fade", he said. He was then trapped leg before by off-spinner Nathan Lyon for 15 in the first innings at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.
Ian Healy had told to Melbourne radio station SEN, "I'm losing respect for him (Kohli). As long it's kept on the field that's all good", said Smith".