Indian skipper Virat Kohli was not at all happy with the third umpire Virender Sharma in the fourth T20I between India and England after Suryakumar Yadav was controversially given out in the first innings. Suryakumar Yadav was seen in fine form in his second T20I as he smashed a brilliant half-century.
India once again lost the toss against England in the fourth T20I as they were once again invited to bat by the visitors. Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul began the innings in fine form as Rohit Sharma smocked a scintillating six off the very first ball of the match. Both the players then departed and Suryakumar came into bat at number three.
Watch: Virat Kohli Goes Absolutely Furious After Suryakumar Yadav’s Controversial Dismissal
Virat Kohli could not continue his show with the bat as he was stumped out for the first time in his T20I career. But, Suryakumar and Rishabh Pant stitched together a fine partnership between both the batsmen for team India. Surya finished his maiden half-century and he was looking on-song before he was given out in a controversial manner.
Virat Kohli was absolutely furious with the third umpire after the latter gave Suryakumar Yadav in a controversial manner. Surya was caught by Dawid Malan off Sam Curran in the 14th over of the first innings but the third umpire footage clearly showed that the catch was not clear. After Surya was declared out, Virat couldn’t control his emotion as he was seen using abusive words.
Watch the video of the incident here:
These types of reactions are the consequences of a mentally challenged average decision-making policy of 3rd standard umpring in an enhanced technology, period.@imVkohli @surya_14kumar @BCCI pic.twitter.com/EeALeR4lGT
— Umesh Bharatpuria (@umeshbhartpuria) March 18, 2021
Team India Look To Post A Challenging Total On The Board
The Indian Cricket Team were invited to bat first once again after losing the toss in the fourth T20I. Suryakumar Yadav stole the show for the hosts as he smashed a scintillating half-century and he was dismissed on 57 runs off just 31 balls. Rishabh Pant also looked in good touch as he scored 30 runs off 23 balls.
Shreyas Iyer kept batting until the final over as he carried team India beyond 170 runs. The Indian Cricket Team has to win the fourth T20I, by all means, to remain in contention of winning the T20I series.