India vs. Leicestershire: Virat Kohli Interrogates Umpire Following Rejection In Warm-Up Game

Virat Kohli was LBW for India in the 41st over of the day . The batsman was caught by the wicketkeeper in the 41st over .

Virat Kohli seemed to be in good shape on Day 1 of the Warm-up Tour match between India and Leicestershire.After India was five-down in Leicester, the former India captain came to a 50-plus stand with KS Bharat.He was patient with his strokes.He struck four fours and one six.

It was not to be.In the 41st over of the day, when faced by fast bowler Roamn Walker, Kohli went for a drive against a fuller delivery.The ball seemed to be moving past Kohlis batsman and into the Leicestershire wicketkeepers' hands.The bowler appealed fervently, and after much deliberation, the umpire reached his fingers.

Kohli was LBW, according to the umpire, who called him.After that, the batter walked away.Watch: Virat Kohli Out or Not OutThe Indian cricket team led by Rohit Sharma is aiming to win the Test series against England.The visitors are leading a 2-1 lead in a series that was suspended midway last year due to a COVID-19 outbreak in the Indian camp.From July 1, the rescheduled Test will be played at Birmingham's Edgbaston Cricket Ground.

As the players made their way onto the field, dancers dressed in traditional Punjabi clothing could be seen dancing.At the time, several Indian players could not help but smile at the attention.Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant, Jasprit Bumrah, and Prasidh Krishna have been selected to the rival Leicestershire County Cricket Club (LCCC) squad.They are playing under county captain Sam Evans.