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Virat Kohli (above) had also lost his cool, and had a word with the umpire on Day 4, when Steven Smith was seen looking towards the dressing room, as the umpires had to intervene IANS

Indian captain Virat Kohli seemed to be unhappy with Australia‘s approach towards the Umpire Decision Review System (DRS), especially their skipper Steven Smith, as he expressed his displeasure during the post-match press conference, following India’s 75-run win over Australia, in the second of the four-match Test series for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2016-17 at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium at Bengaluru on Tuesday. Kohli was upset with the fact that the Australians were seeking advice from the dressing room before going for the DRS call, which is strictly against the law. Kohli had also lost his cool, and had a word with the umpire on Day 4, when Smith was seen doing the same, as the umpires had to intervene. Full cricket scorecard: India vs Australia, 2nd Test at Bengaluru

During the post-match press conference, Kohli said, “I saw that happening two-three times when I was batting out there. I pointed it out out the umpires, and twice I have seen their players looking up there for information and that’s why I was adamant. When he turned back, that’s when the umpire’s knew what was going on. We told the umpires that they had been doing that for the last three days and that had to stop. There are lines you don’t cross in the cricket field. I won’t mention the word, but it falls into the bracket. I would never do something like that on the field.” Full cricket updates: India vs Australia, 2nd Tests, Day 4

Kohli was immediately asked if he was referring to the word ‘cheating’, to which he promptly said, “I didn’t say that, you did.” The incident also saw both Kohli and Smith being involved in a war of words, before Smith made his way back to the pavilion, while Kohli was later seen being advised by the umpire.