Former Indian pacer Ajit Agarkar asked Indian captain Virat Kohli to be smarter with his reviews after India wasted two of them on the first day’s play at The Oval on Friday.
The former right-arm pacer also suggested the bowler and the wicket-keeper to help in making decisions related to taking reviews, besides complimenting Kohli’s involvement in the match.
“You can see how involved in the game he (Kohli) is. Sometimes he can’t help himself and every time there is an appeal, he wants to take a review,” he said, as quoted by Times Now.
“You got to be a bit smarter. I think the bowler and the wicketkeeper should help him out but he also needs to control himself a little bit. It could easily cost you the game now. They took a couple of ordinary reviews yesterday, to be frank” he further added.
Meanwhile, India put an end to a frustrating 98-run stand between Jos Buttler and Stuart Broad as they wrapped up the English innings for 332 on the second day.