India also won the second Test in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in just three days. However, the impact of this match still remains in cricket. Kohli and Rohit’s dismissals are discussed even after a lot of time has passed after the match. The dismissal of Kohli in the second innings of the Delhi Test caused a great controversy. Kohli himself was angry about this out. Because he felt he was not out. And the umpire of that match has come under severe criticism. However, by getting out like this, Kohli set a new precedent for getting out for the first time. Along with that, Rohit Sharma also set a new precedent by getting an exceptional out.
Virat Kohli came to bat at number three in the Kohli-Rohit’s match last Sunday. With the bat, he showed hope in the beginning, but could not last long. Kohli scored 20 runs in Australia’s target of 115 runs in the Delhi Test. Then he had to return to the dressing room off Todd Murphy. Although Kohli went to defend the ball but could not connect the ball with the bat. He was a victim of stamping behind the wicket. Australian wicketkeeper Alex Carey easily stumped him out. And Kohli was stamped for the first time in his Test career. He has suffered this dismissal several times in international cricket, but this is the first in his Test career.
Kohli has scored 8195 runs in Test career so far. The highest unbeaten 254 runs came from his bat. He also touched a new milestone in three formats of cricket. This Indian batsman is the fastest to cross 25000 runs. He has played 106 Test cricket in his career. And this is the first time he has been a victim of stamping in so many Test matches.
Meanwhile, India’s current captain Rohit Sharma has also set a new precedent. The Indian captain was run out for the first time in his Test career. Rohit scored 31 runs off 30 balls when he came down to bat with a target of 115 runs. But due to a slight misunderstanding, he has to be out.
Rohit and Pujara were at the crease at that time. Rohit pushes a ball to mid-wicket for a run. Their initial objective was to score two runs. But after taking the first run, he decided not to take the run after going to the middle of the pitch while taking the second run. Also said that to Pujara. But the Pujara did not pay attention to that. He kept running towards the strikers’ end. As a result, Rohit was hit by a run out. It was his first run out in his Test career.