DRS Controversy: No breach of code of conduct charges against India after Cape Town outburst

India
were
visibly
irked
after
a
controversial
Decision
Review
System
(DRS)
call
which
helped
Elgar
on
Day
3
of
the
third
Test.

The
controversial
call
evoked
different
reactions
from
KL
Rahul,
skipper
Virat
Kohli,
and
spinner
R
Ashwin.

However,
as
per
ESPNcricinfo,
the
International
Cricket
Council
(ICC),
match
officials
had
talks
with
the
visitors
about
their
conduct
on
the
field
but
there
was
no
official
code
of
conduct
was
levied
against
Kohli
and
other
India
players.

Kohli
himself
had
shied
away
from
throwing
light
on
the
controversial
DRS
call
on
Friday
following
India’s
defeat
in
the
Test
series.

“I
have
no
comment
to
make.
I
understood
what
happened
on
the
field
and
people
on
the
outside
don’t
know
exactly
what
goes
on
the
field.
So
me
to
try
and
justify
what
we
did
on
the
field
and
say
‘we
got
carried
away’….

“If
we
would
have
charged
up
and
picked
up
three
wickets
there
that
could
have
been
probably
the
moment
that
could
change
the
game,”
said
Kohli.

The
incident
occurred
in
the
21st
over
of
the
innings
which
was
bowled
by
Ashwin.
The
spinner
bowled
a
tossed-up
delivery
and
it
drifted
in,
beating
Elgar
on
the
inside
edge
and
the
ball
struck
him
right
in
front
of
the
stumps,
and
on-field
umpire
Marais
Erasmus
raised
his
finger.

India
players
were
shocked
on
seeing
the
ball
going
over
the
stumps
and
the
stump
mic
caught
Kohli,
Ashwin,
and
Rahul
suggesting
some
tampering
with
the
technology.

Even
umpire
Marais
Erasmus
was
seen
shaking
his
head
on
how
the
ball
was
missing
the
stumps.

Meanwhile,
South
Africa
on
Friday
(January
14)
defeated
India
in
the
third
and
final
Test
to
clinch
the
three-match
series
2-1.

Kohli
said
India
failed
to
apply
pressure
on
South
Africa
throughout
the
course
of
the
third
Test
match.

“The
reality
of
the
situation
is
we
did
not
apply
enough
pressure
on
him
throughout
the
course
of
this
Test
match
and
hence
we
lost
the
game,”
said
Kohli.

“That
one
moment
seems
very
nice
and
exciting
to
make
a
controversy
out
of
but
honestly
I
am
not
interested
in
it.
That’s
a
moment
and
it
has
passed
we
moved
on
from
it
and
we
just
focused
on
the
game
and
tried
to
pick
up
wickets,”
he
added.

India
had
won
the
first
Test
by
113
runs
but
South
Africa
registered
wins
in
the
second
and
third
Test
to
clinch
the
series.


Boucher
elated

South
Africa
head
coach
Mark
Boucher
said
that
winning
against
India
was
a
crucial
but
memorable
one
as
the
team
will
remember
how
to
win
in
tough
situations.

“When
you
are
in
the
batting
change
room,
the
runs
feel
miles
away
and
when
you
are
in
the
fielding
or
bowling
change
room,
then
you
always
feels
that
runs
are
never
quite
enough,
so
just
trying
to
find
a
bit
of
a
balance.

“We
knew
that
the
conditions
are
going
to
be
really
tough
today,
as
it’s
extremely
hot
outside.
So,
getting
through
the
first
hour
with
the
run
scale
was
very
important
for
us,”
said
Boucher
in
a
post-match
press
conference.

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