Virat Kohli opens up on his controversial LBW dismissal in the Bengaluru Test

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Team India defeated the Aussies in the second Test match of the series played at M. Chinnaswamy stadium, Bengaluru by 75 runs on the fourth day.


But, the controversial LBW decision of Indian skipper Virat Kohli on day 3, was the talk of the Test match.


Speaking about his DRS call, Kohli on Tuesday said, “I thought the ball hit the bat first. But if the umpires don’t think there’s conclusive evidence to overturn a decision then it remains the same. It’s a thin line, it can go against you or in your favour.”

“Sometimes batsmen have these doubtful moments, it can happen to anyone. I asked a few of them and almost half of them thought it wasn’t out. Things like these happen and I do not have grudges against anyone,” Kohli added.


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