South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada and Quinton de Kock were embroiled in heated argument during the day 2 of the second Test against India in Pune. India put up a huge score of 601/5 in the first inings as the Proteas were perturbed by the skill of Indian battin line up.
There was an incident during the match when two South African cricketers blew the gasket as the match was slipping out of their hand. In the 123rd over of the Indian innings, Rabada tossed the ball towards the wicket keeper de Kock and a lack of focus from the latter gifted India an extra run.
Rabada became furious with de Kock and exhibited anger towards the wicket keeper, who also expressed his fury towards the pacer.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli knocked a career best 254 not out as India declared their innings on 601/5. The Indian skipper, who knocked his seventh double century, added 225 runs along with Ravindra Jadeja to crush the South African bowling unit.
Jadeja was caught at long off when he was trying to hit spinner Senuran Muthusamy for maximum.
In the process, Virat Kohli also surpassed batting legend Don Bradman’s record of 6,996 runs.