IND vs SA 2021-22: India was replaced by Virat Kohli in the second Test of the series of matches in Johannesburg South Africa KL Rahul the team captain. This happened because Virat could not be a part of this match due to his back problems. Rahul also won the toss in his very first match as captain and batting first also played a brilliant half-century of 50 runs. But during this, such a mistake happened with Rahul (KL Rahul), for which he had to apologize.
KL Rahul made such a big mistake that he had to apologize
After winning the toss, opting to bat first, KL Rahul made such a mistake during the fifth over of Team India’s innings. Due to which he even had to apologize for this. Actually, in the fifth over of Team India’s first innings, the ball was in the hands of South Africa’s best bowler Kagiso Rabada.
During the third ball of this over, Rahul left the wicket after the bowler took action to bowl the ball. Rahul was not ready to play this ball. However, Rahul took a long time to stop Rabada, which is against the rules of the game. However, considering himself guilty of this, he apologized for it.
But the umpire gave him a public warning for this. While giving the warning, the umpire’s voice was imprisoned in the stump mic. The umpire was found saying, “Try it and the next time you want to do it, do it a little quicker KL.” After this, Rahul said sorry to him.
Team India made a comeback in the match
IND vs SA 2021-22: By the end of the second day’s play, Team India has scored 85 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in their second innings. Team India’s lead has now gone up to 58 runs. Cheteshwar Pujara is standing on the pitch after scoring 35 and Rahane 11. After failing in the first innings, there will be a big responsibility on the shoulders of these two experienced batsmen on the third day of the game.
Before that, South Africa was all out for 229 runs in their first innings today and took a crucial 27-run lead on the basis of the first innings. For Team India, Shardul Thakur took 7 wickets while bowling brilliantly. The Indian team scored 202 runs in its first innings.