Virat Kohli shows who's the boss; gives David Warner animated 'injury' send-off

Virat Kohli shows who's the boss; gives David Warner animated 'injury' send-off

The good news for the Indian team was that Virat Kohli would be allowed to bat at any position he chose.

Definitely, Steven Smith has the upper hand over Virat Kohli. Kohli walked out to the players' balcony to sarcastically applaud a failed review from Smith during the morning session.

And when VVS Laxman compared this act to how Indian cricketers had reacted to Phil Hughes" death, the Australian media once again pounced on the opportunity, terming Laxman's comments as "ill-informed attack on Smith's leadership' and unfortunately bringing up the Hughes family name into a non-issue.

Glenn Maxwell grabbed his shoulder after diving to stop a boundary in the same fashion that resulted in Kohli's injury on day one. He opined that sledging is fine, but mocking someone who is in pain was something he (Laxman) experienced first time.

However Indian opener Murali Vijay played down the incident at the post-day press conference, insisting the the hosts want to keep their focus on the game.

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... I think that's what all the great batsmen that haven't been in the side have done. It was awesome to watch, just because it was so different than the normal Maxi.

Jadeja ran out last man Josh Hazlewood (0) to deny Smith the chance of posting the second double century in his 53rd match of his career.

So brightly does Virat Kohli's force of personality shine down on any cricket campaign in which he and his India team take part, he exerts a gravitational pull on attention even when he's not occupying centre stage. The photo was misleading because when you zoom in the video, it will show that it was wicketkeeper Peter Handsomb's hand on his shoulder whilst celebrating Kohli's wicket.

Smith extended his incredible recent run in Australia's third Test against India, finishing 178 not out on day two in Ranchi.

The skipper was waiting for such a moment to make the Aussies known who's the boss.

Pujara was 130 not out at stumps having defied Australia all day, and Steve Smith might feel aggrieved the talented batsman wasn't dismissed on 22 when a contentious referral was turned down by third umpire Nigel Llong.

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