Anderson said something to Virat Kohli while returning after bowling in the 17th over of the Indian innings. In response, Virat Kohli slapped Anderson, who was caught on camera. Using abusive language on the ground is an offense under the ICC Code of Conduct. London: The second Test between India and England is being played at the historic ground of Lord’s. On Saturday, the fourth day of the match, both the legends clashed with each other. On one side was Virat Kohli, the captain of Team India and on the other side was James Anderson, considered one of the most successful pacers in the world.
The 17th over of the Indian innings was going on. While going back after bowling, Anderson said something to Virat Kohli. Perhaps he was referring to the dispute with Bumrah on the third day. Kohli is heard saying that this is not your home’s backyard. Kohli also did not say anything in front of Anderson, but his voice could not be recorded in the camera.
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A video of the incident is becoming increasingly viral on social media. In the clip, Virat is seen using abusive language. Using abusive language on the ground is an offense under the ICC Code of Conduct. In this, punishment is also given under Level-1. However, it is not yet clear from where the dispute started.
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James Anderson bowled Virat Kohli in the first match of the five-Test series. Virat, who was hunted by a golden duck in Nottingham, did not improve in the second match. After scoring 2 runs in the first innings, he now returned to the pavilion after scoring only 20 runs in the second innings. Kohli, who scored his last Test century against Bangladesh in 2019, has been quiet for a long time. He hasn’t even scored more than 50 in the last 7 innings.
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