Virat Kohli indicated that the Indian playershad followed every media remark by past and present Aussie players and he also a special message for Australia spinner Nathan Lyon.
Australia spinner Nathan Lyon’s ‘snake’s head’ jibe on Virat Kohli, which he borrowed from South Africa fast bowler Dale Steyn, came back to bit him on Tuesday after India stormed back to win the second Test by 75 runs to level the series 1-1. (LIVE BLOG)
Virat Kohli, during the post-match press conference, indicated the home team had followed every media remark by past and present Aussie players in the middle of the fascinating Test. (SCORECARD)
Lyon, whose record 8/50 on the first day sent India crashing to 189 all out, included the dismissal of India skipper Virat Kohli for 12, trapped leg before trying to leave a ball which did not turn enough and caught him cold.
The dismissal came after Kohli was out for nought and 13 in the first Test in Pune, which the Aussies won by 333 runs, and amid suggestions the visitors had managed to get into the Indian skipper’s head.
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Lyon said after his haul: “Virat is a world class batter so we expect him to bounce back. But he is the head of the snake, to put it in Dale Steyn’s terms, and if you can take that, the body will fall away. It was pretty pleasing to take Virat’s wicket.”
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