Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has blatantly referred Virat Kohli as the “Worst Reviewer in the World” following his decision to opt in for the reviews of Ravindra Jadeja’s delivery went in vain.
Following the incorrect appeals for DRS, that too at the start of the innings now puts India in a state of predicament. Now, they’d have to solely rely on the decisions passed by the On-field umpire for the remaining sessions of their play.
In fact, in order to pinpoint Kohli’s faulty pray, former cricketer and one of the most controversial Englishman Michael Vaughan expressed his views about the same through his Twitter handle.
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) September 9, 2018
Here’s how Twitterati reacted to Michael Vaughan’s controversial statement.
Best reviewer is Steve Smith…he consults everyone
— Dr Ameya Puranik (@docameya) September 9, 2018
What about Root ? He’s even more awful compared to Virat.. He at least listen to bowler/WK’s words but Root take it out of desperation 🏃♀️
— Sush 🏏 (@Indcricketfan) September 9, 2018
— Rob Fuller (@fullerswagging) September 9, 2018
Virat is also worlds best quick learner.. Just like the batting difference you are seeing in this tour compared to the earlier.Just like he burried his past and shut the mouths of some critics.. So dont worry Vaughan..he will negate your statement on his ‘Reviewer’ skill quickly.
— Rajesh Neelamraju (@RNeelamraju) September 10, 2018
Root opts to review this tweet but the decision stands. pic.twitter.com/jod5mP9cVS
— Akshay VK 18 Sharma (@akshaypasu) September 9, 2018
— Jake Lintott (@lintott23) September 9, 2018
And Jennings is the worst leaver in the world. #fact
— Rob Walker (@TangerineRob) September 9, 2018
We are blessed with the top two of bad reviews in this test, scrap the whole review system, trust the umpires
— Bryn Hampshire (@LogviperBryn) September 9, 2018
— Ashleigh Corbett (@AshRonnyCorbett) September 9, 2018
India may have lost the series by 3-1, but their efforts to win the final Test and disrupt England from bidding a proper sendoff to their all-time legend looks highly probable on cards at the moment. Had India managed to pull off the first and fourth contests, the outcome we know would have been quite different.