Virat Kohli has vowed he will not repeat batting mistakes in future matches ©Getty Images
Virat Kohli has vowed he will not repeat batting mistakes in future matches ©Getty Images

On the 5th One-Day International (ODI) between India vs Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Saturday, Virat Kohli was restricted a boundary when he cute the ball straight towards third man and unfortunately it struck the Spidercam. If the ball hits a Spidercam it was called a dead ball as per the rule books. After a few moments of the dead ball, Kohli went to hit a boundary in the next ball and later caught behind by Joh Hastings for 8 runs. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs Australia, 5th ODI at Sydney

Kohli has had an tremendous innings this series by scoring two half-centuries of 91 and 59 in first and second ODIs. Later he went on to score his centuries of 117 and 106 in third and fourth ODIs. With the interference of the Spidercam it was difficult for Kohli to score his runs and was dismissed for 8 unfortunately. After this incident there have been twitter reactions with regards to Spidercam and how that is the only way Kohli can be stopped from scoring runs.

India win the 5th ODI against Australia at Sydney on Saturday, with due regards to Manish Pandey scoring his maiden century against Australia. Rohit Sharma missed his century by a run in unpredictable manner and the Indian skipper MS Dhoni played a finishers role and got out for 34. India over all have shown some excellent skills as always with regards to batting. If they had luck with their bowling skills with runs given away by Umesh Yadav. Kohli did not have luck with his bat today and could not score any half-century.

Ball hits the spidercam! Given a dead ball! Aussies rejoice! #AUSvIND

— HoldingWilleyCricket (@holdingwilley) January 23, 2016





India will now face Australia for their first Twenty20 International (T20I) series against Australia at Adelaide on January 26. This time the team will include Hardik Pandya, Harbhajan Singh, Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina.