England had lost 3 wickets and Indian captain Virat Kohli was trying his best to send off Joe Root, the biggest pillar of the opposition team today. He also tried his best, but there was very little time left and Root returned unbeaten on 2 runs. However, during this time Virat also appeared to be angry over a decision on the field umpire.
India vs England: Know whose weight is heavy before the second Test
Actually, Axar Patel was doing the last over of the day and the ball which went to the root pad. India made a strong appeal and field umpire Nitin Menon called it not out. Kohli immediately took Dias. Although the ball was seen on the wicket in the review, India did not get this wicket due to the umpires’ call.
After this, Virat Kehli was angry with the umpire. He approached the onfield umpire Menon and was also seen having some conversation. Captain Kohli knows that Joe Root is a batsman. He had forced India to defeat by scoring a double century in the first innings of the first Test. Had Root’s wicket been found here, India would have been even more comfortable to cover England on the fourth day.