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By : Oneindia Video Team
Published : July 01, 2017, 04:55

India vs West Indies 2nd ODIs : Virat Kohli again takes advice on DRS from Dhoni

Indian skipper Virat Kohli seems to depend a lot on former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni when it comes to taking a big decision onthe field. Time and again we have seen Virat running to Dhoni to take suggestions and the fans witnessed the scene once again during the second match of the ongoing series in West Indies. Well, The incident happened in the 26th over of West Indies innings when left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav’s bowl hit Shai Hope on his pads. The right-handed batsman got down for a sweep but failed to make any contact with the ball after it dipped at the last minute. As expected, the Indian fielder went up in unison only to see umpire Chris Gaffaney giving his decision in the favour of the batsman. However, India were convinced that they had got their man but Kohli did not want to waste the DRS chance and consulted Dhoni before going ahead. And after Dhoni gave the go-ahead, Kohli showed T sign. Replays showed the ball was hitting middle and leg, forcing the on-field to reverse his decision. It was a big wicket for India. as Hope was playing on 81. His dismissal totally derailed West Indies’ innings as they managed to score 205 for 6 in reply to India’s 310.

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