As per rumor, Indian Test Captain Virat Kohli got involved in the same kind of ball tampering which has recently done by the South African skipper Faf du Plessis during the second Test match against Australia at Hobart.
According to the reports of IOL website, there have been some photos exposed where the Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli is found doing a similar kind of ball tampering during the Rajkot Test against England.
After television video recording confirmed that the usage of a synthetic substance the sugar of a mint sweet on the ball during the play of the fourth day by the Proteas batsman Du Plessis, who has been charged for breaching Article 2.2.9 of the ICC Code of Conduct.
And now the same thing happen during the first test between India and England. The video recording clearly shows that Virat Kohli taking his right hand into his mouth which has seen a sweet. Before going back to shine one side of the ball, Kohli rubbed his fingers in his mouth.
The incident, which was capped by du Plessis in Hobart nobody had been overlooked even neither the umpires nor the match referee pointed out when the game was going on awaiting the recording being at hand. However, so far the ICC has not taken any action on the footage of Indian skipper.
As we know the first test match between India and England ended in a draw and the second test match won by the hosts at Vizag while India lead the five-match series 1-0.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli won the man of the match in the second Test against England, who scored most of the runs in the second test match 167 runs in the first innings and 81 runs in the second innings at Vizag.