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Kohli trolls Jadeja over DRS


Indian captain Virat Kohli is the best batsman across formats and that’s the universal truth which nobody can deny. Coming to the point, Virat Kohli doesn’t shy away from trolling his teammates. Earlier, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kevin Pietersen and David Warner got trolled by the Indian skipper.

Jadeja and Kohli

Now, Ravindra Jadeja is the latest one to join the list. It all started when the all-rounder himself pulled Kohli’s leg over his curiosity to use the Decision Review System.

During the game, Jadeja somehow tries to convince Kohli to take the review off his bowling but more often than not, they both get it absolutely wrong. But the left-arm spinner claimed that it is his captain who is more curious when it comes to going for the review.

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“Dekho bhai meine nai bola hai review lene ko (I didn’t ask you to take the review),” Jadeja wrote alongside a picture of him with Kohli, who is making the signal for DRS.

However, Virat Kohli was quick to react on the post and trolled Jadeja.

“Tujhe toh hamesha out hi lagta hai. Review lene ke baad sab doubts aate hain tujhe (You always think it is out. But you start having doubts after asking for the review),” Kohli hit back at Jadeja.

Here’s the post. Check it out:-

It is quite obvious that Kohli has been bad when it comes to taking DRS. He hasn’t been successful either. His record
For two years, between November (2017) and October (2019), Virat Kohli did not get a single DRS call right as a batsman. His unlucky streak saw him lose 9 DRS calls in a row in Test cricket. He has a below-par success rate of 8.3% in using DRS, the worst among the 34 batsmen with five or more reviews except Usman Khawaja.

 

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