India vs Leicestershire: Virat Kohli Questions Umpire After Getting Dismissed In Warm-Up Game – Watch

India vs Leicestershire: Virat Kohli Questions Umpire After Getting Dismissed In Warm-Up Game – Watch

Watch - India v Leicestershire: Virat Kohli questions umpire after being out in warm-up game

Kohli scored 33 runs before Roman Walker was dismissedTwitter

The first day of the warm-up tour game between India and Leicestershire Virat Kohli Looked very in touch. After India fell below five in Leicester, the former India captain made a 50-plus stand with KS Bharat. He was confident with his stroke. He hit four fours and a six. It seemed that Kohli was ready for a big score in the match. However, this was not to be. In the 41st over of the day, facing fast bowler Roman Walker, Kohli went for a drive against filler delivery.

It looked as if the ball was going through Kohli’s bat and into the hands of the Leicestershire wicketkeeper. The bowler made an enthusiastic appeal and after much deliberation, the umpire raised his fingers. Kohli looked calm at first and was shocked when he was dismissed. He then asked the umpire about his dismissal, who said that Kohli was LBW. Then the batsman left.

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The Indian cricket team led by Rohit Sharma is trying to win the Test series against England. The visitors are 2-1 up in the series, which had to be halted in the middle of last year due to the spread of COVID-19 in the Indian camp. The rescheduled Test will be played at Birmingham’s Edgbaston Cricket Ground from July 1. Before all the major Tests, the Indians started their tour with a warm-up game against Leicestershire on Thursday.

The start of the warm-up game was very interesting as Indian openers Rohit Sharma and شبمن گل Bhangra took to the field to music and drum beats. Dancers dressed in traditional Punjabi attire can be seen dancing as the players take to the field. Some Indian players could not hide their smiles over the situation.

Star Indian players چیتشور پجارا, رشبھ پنت, Jaspreet Bamrah And پرسدھ کرشنا۔ Rival Leicestershire County Cricket Club (LCCC) has been named in the squad. He is led by County Captain Sam Evans.

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