No clarification, no regrets from Kohli

No clarification, no regrets from Kohli

No clarification, no regrets from Kohli

An already heated contest between India and Australia erupted after Smith was given out leg before during the second Test in Bangalore and looked up to the dressing room for help in making his decision on whether or not to review. After Ranchi, the final Test begins in Dharamsala on March 25. The BCCI withdrew the complaint later on the same day after a meeting between the BCCI and Cricket Australia.

While more than a week has elapsed since India's victory in Bengaluru, Kohli's suggestion that he saw something similarly inappropriate on two occasions other than the Smith lbw has clearly left Smith concerned.

"Getting older I probably tamed it down a little bit and I probably know when to use it a little bit more now, and when I need it myself", Wade said. "I think he was wrong". This time too, Smith has gotten off the blocks first. India were favourites at the start of the series but Australia's huge win in Pune proved they can't be taken lightly. And I think his comments. We had made a fantastic comeback after losing the first Test.

"Now on the back of one Shield game he's ready to play a Test series in India, that's their (the selectors) call. I don't regret anything that I have said", he added.

And so we move on to the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi, where no Test match has ever been played.

"I have to move forward". We have seen instances in the past [that have] stretched too long and it just causes disharmony and there is no outcome of it, honestly. "It's just about playing within the boundaries of the game". While it has been easy to get lost in the detail of the accusations, the underlying fact is that Kohli and India got angry in Bengaluru.

When asked if it was "appropriate for an global captain make serious allegations like that and not produce evidence to substantiate it", Kohli replied: "What were the allegations?"

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"It has to be called something, for me to be questioning something about someone - to call it an allegation".

Young gun Peter Handscomb has moved on and apologised to Australia skipper Steve Smith for his role in a controversial incident that marred the second Test.

'I've always thought as a captain that it's best if you keep your display of emotions pretty even, but he doesn't. Everyone sitting here has their own interests and choose to ask what they want to. He bowled beautifully for us out here and bowled nearly 40 overs for the game, he was great first and second innings but it was his first Shield game back.

Smith, Kohli and match referee Richie Richardson will meet prior to play on Thursday morning, when both sides start their push for a 2-1 lead in the four-Test series. This is a team sport, and above everything else one would want to see their country coming up trumps.

"He's (Virat Kohli) obviously quite passionate", Johnson wrote on his Fox Sports blog. From my point of view they are completely wrong. As any series goes on, it can get harder to maintain the freshness that allows for the best quality of fielding: that's why it is vital for Steven's team to make the most of half-chances.

"It was my mistake and my brain fade". In regards to saying we do it consistently is complete rubbish in my opinion.

ICC match referee Chris Broad may have let players from both sides get away scot free for their poor behaviour in Bangalore however he has been scathing of the wickets seen this series.

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