Indian bowling coach Pallas Mbre Commenting on the DRS controversy on the third day of the third Test between South Africa and India, Dean Elgar has been sacked after Indian players taunted the official broadcaster over a gaffe. DRS and saved.
The time has come for Ravichandran Ashwin to take Dean Elgar out of the LBW with live referee Marias Erasmus. But Elgar opted for a DRS review. The review showed that the ball was legal and pitched in the middle of the stump and hit Elgar’s pad in the middle.
However, when Hawkeye showed the ball’s trajectory, it showed it was going over the leg stump, much to the dismay and anger of the Indian team. This led to Ravi Ashwin, Virat Kohli and even KL Rahul using stump microphones to dig into the official broadcaster Supersport.
Speaking of the same thing, Mhambrey told ANI: “We saw it and you saw it. I’ll leave it to the match referee. I have nothing to say, we’ve seen it all, we just want to keep playing now. Everyone is doing their best, there is At times like these, people do say something and it’s a game. It’s only fair that we move on and we don’t go any further.”
His energy affects others, which is what you want from your captain: Paras Mhambrey on Virat Kohli’s leadership style
In the same interview, Mhambrey was also asked to elaborate on Virat Kohli’s captaincy style. When Kohli returned to lead India after captaining KL Rahul to miss the second Test of the series in Johannesburg, there was a marked difference in India’s demeanor.
Kohli gave the team a different energy on the pitch, which Mhambrey said is something you want from your captain.
“He’s lively and that’s the way he likes to play cricket. His energy rubs into other people and that’s what you want from your captain. It’s an experienced group. It’s about what you have. It doesn’t matter what kind of bowling or batting unit, after looking at the wicket, the decision is made accordingly. You have to be prepared to bowl first or defend the small goal. It’s not about the fifth day, it’s about the first day, you make the decision , and then you support that decision,” He added.
India ran just 198 runs in the second innings thanks to Rishabh Pant’s 100*. South Africa finished Day 3 at 101/2 while chasing 212 points to win the Test and series.