We couldn’t apply ourselves in second innings: Virat Kohli


With the series now squared at 1-1, the third Test begins in Melbourne on Boxing Day.

As expected the Test series between Australia and India is surely not being played quietly.

"Stump mics and cameras. these things are totally irrelevant", he said. We can have a conversation. However, the umpire did not declare Paine out and Virat Kohli too decided against reviewing it.

Bollywood veteran Naseeruddin Shah claimed Indian skipper Virat Kohli is the world's "worst behaved player".

"Kohli gets away with more than most cricketers simply because he is Virat Kohli and he gets placed on a pedestal but this Test left the Indian captain looking silly". If you want something, come to me and say it'.

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The incident unfolded when Sharma initially said to Jadeja: 'Don't wave your hand at me.

Australia were bowled out for 243 on Monday, setting India 287 to win the second Test in Perth and go two up in the series.

After all the friction during the test, Tim Paine and Virat Kohli shake hands after Australia's win at Perth Stadium. Last night, however, Paine chose to return serve by calling him "dickhead".

"Because I think that would be great for Australia-India relations".

Exchanges between Kohli and Paine were picked up by stump microphones and prompted Gaffaney's call to "play the game".

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While Kohli and Paine had exchanged heated words on day three, they nearly came to a blow on day four and the umpire had to separate then during Australia's second innings.

"I'm really happy with the way we are going about it".

As long as there's no swearing out there on the field, and there's no personal attacks, the line doesn't get crossed. In competitive spirit it stays on the field, I am not going to go into details but to be honest it's not of importance for me to speak on and it's something that's done.

After the ball-tampering scandal, Australia's on-field behaviour was sharply criticised by some commentators who have been critical of the team's history of sledging, or insulting opposition players.

"I don't think at any point there was any abuse, there was no real aggro to it", Langer told Cricket 360.

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