Virat was caught by the umpires after spinner Ejaz Patel’s bowling.

The second and final Test of the series between India and New Zealand is being played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Mumbai Test starts late due to rain In this match, captain Virat Kohli decided to bat first after winning the toss. Openers Mayank Agarwal and Shubman Gill gave the team a good start, but by the end of the first season, New Zealand had the upper hand. Spinner Ejaz Patel took three wickets in a row before the tea break. Gill was dismissed for 44 runs. After some time, Cheteshwar Pujara also returned to the pavilion without opening an account. After this, Virat Kohli’s wicket was found in dispute.

In New Zealand’s Mumbai Test against India, skipper Virat Kohli tried to play a defensive shot on Ejaz Patel’s ball. Punch Anil Chaudhary dismissed him. The Indian captain immediately decided to take a review. It is not clear in the replay whether the ball hits the bat before it hits the pad. As per the rules, TV umpire Virender Sharma had to accept the decision of the field partner, which made Kohli look very angry. He also spoke to umpire Nitin Menon and his frustration was palpable. The TV camera showed him standing on the balcony of the dressing room, in which he looked very disappointed with the decision.

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Critics also expressed frustration over Virat Kohli’s wicket. The wicket was also heavily criticized on social media. Fans were outraged at the umpire and even expressed their displeasure on social media. After the dismissal of Virat Kohli, former England captain Michael Vaughan ruled that Kohli was unbeaten. Reacting to the video of Virat Kohli being out, Vaughan wrote, “Not out.”

Opener Mayank Agarwal’s unbeaten century helped India reach 221 for four on the first day of the second Test against New Zealand. India had lost three wickets for 80 runs, but Mayank’s century led the team to this score. He is playing on 120 runs. After scoring 25 runs, Wriddhiman Saha is standing with him at the other end. Mumbai-born Ejaz Patel took all four wickets for New Zealand.

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