Virat Kohli didn’t tamper ball, England media just poor losers, says Virender Sehwag


Virender Sehwag, on Wednesday, hammered the British media for leveling allegation of ball altering against India Test captain Virat Kohli. The previous master blaster said England ought to have gracefully acknowledged defeat in the second Test in Visakhapatnam. India won by 246 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.

 "The group that finishes on the losing side frequently tries to raise a couple issues," Sehwag told. On Tuesday, a video surfaced via web-based networking media recommending that Virat Kohli had "doctored" the ball amid the attracted first Test Rajkot.

"Maybe the England group hasn't gone ahead to do it (raise the issue) yet the English media has. I feel one ought to acknowledge overcomes in an agile way… We never gave pardons when we lost matches abroad. We used to acknowledge that we didn't play well when we lost an amusement."

 A British media report said the India commander had utilized spit to sparkle the ball while biting a mint. On Tuesday, South Africa's remain in Test captain Faf du Plessis was fined by the ICCfor applying a simulated substance on the ball amid the Hobart Test. Du Plessis was seen cleaning the ball with salivation while having a lolly in his mouth.

 Virat Kohli got away from any rebuke from the ICC since his video surfaced "past the five-day window when the ICC CEO can slap charges." Du Plessis was not diverted with the ICC choice and was fined 100 for each penny of his match expenses.

 Sehwag was directly behind the veteran. "Faf shouldn't be fretted over this as he doesn't di anything incorrectly. You're permitted to have toffees, lollies, and so forth and you're additionally permitted to apply spit to sparkle the ball. "So I truly don't have the foggiest idea about what's the issue with that. Dislike somebody is applying something else other than salivation," Sehwag said in an elite talk.