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By : Oneindia Video Team
Published : March 08, 2017, 01:14
Duration : 01:37

Michael Clarke backs Virat Kohli, rubbishes Steve Smith's brain fade excuse

Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke said, he doesn't believe in Smith's excuse of suffering a brain fade during Bengaluru Test.Michael Clarke has backed India captain Virat Kohli on Steven Smith’s controversial play to use the Decision Review System (DRS) on the deciding day of the Bengaluru Test. Clarke said, “When I was playing I remember having a brain fade when I gloved a ball and did not walk off. So, I don't want to be too judgmental on anybody. If what Virat is saying is true and Australia are using their support staff to help them with DRS then that's not on, it’s completely unacceptable. He said., “The fact that Handscomb even thought of asking the Australian skipper to turn around and look to the support staff, I've got my concerns. I want to give my opinion but I want to find out more about it. But if Virat is correct and if Australia are using DRS that way, then it is completely unacceptable and it is not a brain fade.
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