Virat Kohli, James Anderson complex in exact battle: 'Chirp call chirp, this is what old age makes you do'
Virat Kohli had an affronted barter with James Anderson during the aboriginal affair of Day 4 of the additional Test at Lord's. Kohli was absolved on 20 by Sam Curran appear the end of the session.
Kohli and Anderson had an affronted barter during the aboriginal affair on Sunday. (Reuters Photo)
Virat Kohli seemed to be annoyed by article James Anderson had said to him
Kohli was eventually absolved on 20 appear the end of the affair by Sam Curran
He was the third Indian batsman to abatement in the affair with Rahul and Rohit falling in the aboriginal 12 overs
Things flared up amid India captain Virat Kohli and adept England fast bowler James Anderson during the aboriginal affair of Day 4 of the additional Test at Lord's.
Kohli seemed to be annoyed at article that Anderson said to him. "You swearing at me afresh are you? This isnít your fu***ng backyard," Kohli could be heard adage on the butt mic to Anderson during the 17th over of the day.
"Chirp call chirp. This is what old age makes you do," Kohli could be heard adage afterwards Anderson bowled the fifth commitment of the over.
Kohli was absolved on 20 appear the end of the affair by Sam Curran. The Indian captain already afresh fell while dabbling at a commitment able-bodied that was travelling alfresco off stump. It took his alfresco bend and wicketkeeper Jos Buttler took the catch, sparking agrarian celebrations amid the England players.
India eventually concluded the affair on 56/3 with a attenuate advance of aloof 29 runs. India beforehand absent their in-form openers KL Raul, who denticulate a aeon in the aboriginal innings, and Rohit Sharma aural the aboriginal 12 overs of the day.
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