Andrew Tye Didn’t Follow Rules And This Made Virat Kohli Very Angry

Andrew Tye Didn’t Follow Rules And This Made Virat Kohli Very Angry: Kings XI Punjab miserably lost the match last night to Royal Challengers Bangalore with 10 wickets. Not just with their thrilling batting skills but they stunned everyone with their excellent bowling skills. The bowlers made it hard for the batsmen of Royal Challengers Bangalore’s batsmen to face their incredible deliveries.

However, amidst the first innings when KXIP were playing their innings, there was a confusion which led Virat Kohli lock his horns with the umpires. All the fume was related to the dismissal of Andre Tyre.

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The incident took place in the 13th over when Umesh Yadav bowled a short delivery and Tye missed the shot and ended up edging it to the wicket-keeper Parthiv Patel who took the catch very easily. The umpire also announced his decision by raising the finger however, Andrew Tye signaled for DRS challenging the decision of umpire.

However, he took his decision back after having a word with Axar Patel, which left everyone perplexed including Virat Kohli.

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Virat was soon seen in an angry mode involved in a discussion with the umpires stressing on the fact that Kings XI Punjab have lost their chance to review. While Kohli wanted more clear picture of this, the umpires suggested him to carry on with the game.

It was not the first time that Kohli got involved in a discussion like this with umpires over DRS issue, there have been a lot of actions before as well. Last year, he called Steve Smith a ‘cheat’ indirectly when something like this happened during the series against Australia.

Here have a look at the video of DRS controversy last night :


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