‘Don’t Review Siraj’: Wasim Jaffer, Twitterati hilariously troll India pacer and Virat Kohli over poor DRS calls in Lord’s Test

Team India’s troubles with Decision Review System (DRS) continued as they misplaced two of their three allotted opinions by as early because the twenty third over of England’s first innings in the second Test.

Skipper Virat Kohli struggled to get correct help from his teammates and made his displeasure recognized after shedding the second in opposition to Joe Root, expressing anger at wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant.

India lost both the reviews off Mohammed Siraj’s bowling in their desperation to get England skipper Root’s wicket.

Meanwhile, former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer trolled Siraj for poor DRS calls.

Jaffer got here up with a brand new definition for DRS as for him – it isn’t ‘Decision Review System’, as a substitute, it’s ‘DRS: Don’t Review Siraj,’

Also, Twitteratti began meme fest on Indian captain Kohli after he ignored Pant’s recommendation to to not take a evaluation.

Talking in regards to the opinions, Siraj appealed vociferously on each events despite the fact that the umpire deemed the supply going previous the leg-stump which was confirmed on each events by means of replays.

The India pacer, who took two wickets off two successive deliveries in the primary over after tea, eradicating opener Dominic Sibley and No. 3 Haseeb Hameed, pressured Kohli to take the primary one.

The India skipper, who was uncertain, took it on the final second. It was turned down.

In his very subsequent over, Siraj appealed once more however the umpire turned down the enchantment this time too.

Kohli, a bit confused then sought Pant’s assist, who could not come to any concrete conclusion. But simply as Kohli had taken the evaluation on the final second, Pant appeared to recommend that he should not.

But by then, Kohli had already taken the evaluation and there was no turning again.

After shedding the evaluation, Kohli appeared to lash out at Pant and appeared utterly aggravated.

India had misplaced two opinions in the second innings of the primary Test as nicely, together with one in opposition to centurion Root.

Meanwhile, skipper Joe Root and Rory Burns helped England get well from early setbacks to achieve 119 for 3 in their first innings in reply to India’s 364 all out at stumps on the second day of the second Test at Lord’s on Friday.

Root (48 batting) and Burns (49) shared an important 85-run stand for the third wicket after Mohammed Siraj (2/34) dismissed Dom Sibley (11) and Haseeb Hameed (0) in successive deliveries in the fifteenth over.

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