ICC nullifies ball tampering allegations against Virat Kohli

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Indian skipper, Virat Kohli who is currently holding the captain’s responsibility in the test series in Rajkot, was accused of ball tampering during the first test series against England.

British Tabloid ‘The Daily Mail’ has created uncertain confirmation to demonstrate that Kohli used a sweet in his mouth to shine the surface of the ball.

The Tabloid has guaranteed that Kohli put his hands somewhere deep in his mouth, and after that, he tried to shine the surface of one side of the ball for its smooth movement during the match which was played between 9 to 13 November.

However, according to the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Rules and Regulations, the allegation which was imposed on Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli did not hold much ground as per the playing conditions of ICC.

According to the ICC rules on ball tampering, if a group needs to hold up a grumbling about ball tampering on opposing team or its player; it must be done within five days of the finish of the Test match.

On the other hand, an England team has not filed any complaint and has likewise declined to remark on the issue.

Earlier in 2013, a 32-year-old South African skipper Faf du Plessis was found guilty of ball tampering against Australia.

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