Michael Vaughan has called Virat Kohli the worst critic in the world. © AFP
Former England captain Michael Vaughan called Virat Kohli the worst critic in the world on Sunday. The Indian captain, Virat Kohli, had received two criticisms during the second entry of England during the fifth and last test that was played in the Oval of London. Both calls from DRS did not follow the path of India and the visitors finally lost both. Michael Vaughan later took to Twitter to make his feelings heard. "Virat is the best hitter in the world … #Fact, Virat is the worst critic in the world … #Fact #ENGvsIND," he said.
– Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) September 9, 2018
The first incident took place in the tenth place (9.2 overs) when the opening of England Keaton Jennings was hit in the pads of the delivery of Ravindra Jadeja. A review was made and the repetitions suggested that the impact was out. The Eye Hawk then showed the same thing that the ball was thrown out.
The second incident came to light in the twelfth time (11.6 overs). Alastair Cook was hit on the pads of the delivery of Jadeja. Kohli once again decided to go for a review. The impact was again out of the stump when Cook was caught in his butt while looking to cut, but he lost it completely. The ball hit the back of the thigh, which was well out.
India is currently behind England 1-3 in the three-match series. India lost the first Test in Edgbaston for 31 races and the second Lord's Test for a chance and 159 races. The visitors cut distances after a victory of 203 races on England in Trent Bridge. However, India lost the fourth test at Southampton 60 races giving the hosts an impregnable 3-1 lead.