Captain Virat Kohli looked quite angry in the dressing room on the run-out episode of Ravindra Jadeja. Actually, the on-field umpire gave the run-out quite late, which Kohli was not happy.
South African umpire Shaun George has been in trouble over the run-out case involving Indian batsman Ravindra Jadeja. In the first ODI between India and West Indies played in Chennai during the Indian innings, George did not initially give Jadeja a run out, but after opposition from the Caribbean players, he referred the matter to the third umpire, after which Jadeja gave out. went.
Captain Virat Kohli looked very angry in the dressing room on the run-out episode of Ravindra Jadeja. Actually, the on-field umpire gave the run-out quite late, which Kohli was not happy. In the 48th over of the Indian innings at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, Jadeja tried to steal a run at a rapid pace, but the fielder hit a quick throw to the non-striker on the wicket.
Although umpire Shaun George did not give him out initially, it was seen in the review that Jadeja could not reach his crease. However, the West Indies players did not appeal strongly. The umpire on the field asked the third umpire for a decision too late. By then, the entire event had been shown on screen.
Roston Chase was hit from mid-wicket in a straight throw wicket, he also appealed to the umpire but the umpire did not give out. West Indies captain Kieron Pollard spoke to umpire George, who later asked the third umpire to check.
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Jadeja was unlucky. He was run out. Jadeja faced 21 balls and scored 21 runs with the help of two fours. When a Caribbean player saw the replay on the giant screen, he protested in this regard.
After this the umpire sought opinion from the third umpire and then Jadeja was declared out. Captain Virat Kohli, who was sitting outside the field, looked very angry on this whole incident. He went to the dressing room to change his hands in anger.
The third umpire gave Jadeja out, on which Kohli looked very angry. After this, he talked to the fourth umpire Anil Chaudhary about this. However, he did not come to the field.