India rode on an unbeaten 93-run stand between Pujara and Rahane to lead by 126 at stumps on day three against Australia.
The Virat Kohli conundrum. Richard Kettleborough thought it was out. What do you think?
Kettleborough couldn’t find "conclusive evidence" that the ball hit the bat first and since the original decision was out, the decision was not overturned, forcing Kohli to walk back to the pavilion.
When umpire Nigel Llong gave Kohli out LBW off Josh Hazelwood’s bowling.
The Indian captain was confident that he had hit the ball before it went on to hit the pads and immediately called for a review.The replays showed that the ball would have gone on to hit the stumps, but even after watching numerous replays of the dismissal, third umpire Richard Kettleborough couldn’t determine whether ball hit bat or pad first.
On the other hand, Virat Kohli was confident that he had hit the ball before it went on to hit the pads
After getting out the last two times due to misjudgement, Indian skipper Virat Kohli got out in the second innings of the ongoing Test against Australia in Bengaluru due to bad luck.
While Kohli (15) could not do much with the bat after given out LBW as it remained inconclusive whether the ball hit his pad first or bat.
Pujara and Rahul, alongside Rahane, made sure India remain in hunt to win the second Test at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.
Earlier in the day India team started with full swing, after loose 4 wicket, Rahane and Pujara lead India's fightback.
India have done a fine job to take their lead to 126 runs at stumps on Day three as Rahane and Pujara put up an unbeaten 93-run stand after KL Rahul's half-century gave India a platform and confidence to tackle Australian bowlers.