ICC took this step against the Indian team over the DRS controversy in Cape Town Test

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South Africa won the last match against India in Cape Town and won the three-match Test series 2-1. During this match, Indian captain Virat Kohli has come into a lot of discussion regarding the DRS controversy.

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Virat Kohli, who was declared not out via DRS after being given out to South Africa captain Dean Elgar, was so irritable that he went to the stump mic and reacted to Bradkaskar. This type of behavior of the Indian captain has been condemned by many cricketers.

Some even talked about a fine or ban on Virat Kohli. According to reports, the match officials of the ICC have not charged the Indian team in this regard. However, the Indian team under the captaincy of Virat Kohli has definitely been warned. 

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The Indian players had expressed their anger by going in front of the stump mic at the decision to give out Elgar through DRS. Significantly, South Africa won the third test match by seven wickets. With this victory, India's dream of winning the first Test series in South Africa was shattered.