Rohit Sharma got angry at Virat Kohli during 3rd ODI against New Zealand at Kanpur. The incident involved in the opening over of the second innings when India came out to field after batting first and setting a target of 330 runs. Kiwi openers Martin Guptill and Colin Munro started attacking Bhuvneshwar Kumar, hitting a six and couple of boundaries off the 3rd, 4th and 5th deliveries respectively after taking over the strike from Martin Guptill. Well, Munro drove a slightly shorter length delivery straight to Kohli in the covers region. The batsmen ran for a quick single and Kohli decided to target the stumps with a quick throw. Unfortunately, he missed his aim, and no back-up player was standing at the opposite side. Rohit Sharma was the closest standing in the mid-wicket region, but he could simply not cut short the quick throw from Kohli. The overthrow eventually ran away from an extra four runs which left Rohit completely miffed for a couple of seconds as he tried to point out that there was no one standing to back-up his throw.