It's look like at the end of day three Australia will dafinately loose their fourth test in Dharamsala against India. One more Australian comes up with their only ability of sledging and alleging after Aussie media's shameful tactics. Brad Hodge raises "DIRTY" allegations against injured indian skipper and world star batsman Virat Kohli.
Former Australia batsman and current Gujarat Lions coach in the Indian Premier League blames that Kohli might have opted to sit out of the deciding Test in Dharamsala to get himself ready for the upcoming IPL season 2017 beginning on April 5.
The Indian skipper missing out on the crucial fourth Test against Australia in Dharamsala due to a shoulder injury in third test. Kohli was injured on the first day of the third Test in Ranchi and never fully recovered from the impact injury. The shoulder strain resulted in him having to sit out the deciding fourth Test in Dharamsala with the series level at 1-1. Hodge questioned Kohli’s sportsmanship saying that it would be “dirty” if he featured for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in a few days having turned down the opportunity to represent India when they are a victory away from winning the Border Gavaskar Trophy. He said that it would be "pretty dirty" of Kohli if he turns out for the IPL opening match as Royal Challengers Bangalore captain against David Warner's Sunrisers Hyderabad on April 5.
Kohli also was in the thick of things for carrying drinks for the Indian fielders during the Australian first innings of fourth test and australian former players also questioned Kohli for that.
So is this the legacy of Australian players and teams to make Dirty Allegations?