India lost by seven wickets in the final Test of a three-Test series against South Africa in Cape Town.

However, the behavior of Indian captain Virat Kohli and the players of Team India after South African captain Dean Elgar was given a not out in the DRS has been widely criticized.

When asked about this, Virat Kohli defended the team and said, "I do not want to comment on it. Because we were on the field and we know what is going on there. The people outside the field have no idea." .

"It would not be fair to say that we were too aggressive, because if Elgar had been dismissed, the other two or three wickets would have been under pressure and the match would have been in our favor," said Kohli.

However, Kohli's behavior is being criticized outside the field. Former opener and MP Gautam Gambhir had even said that the youth will not see him as an ideal after the move made by Kohli. Kohli is very immature.

The DRS Review controversy took place on the third day of the match. On the third day, there was a fierce confrontation between the two teams. South Africa is currently in a strong position in response to India's 212-run target.

Ashwin was bowling in the 21st over of South Africa's batting and the LBW had an appeal against South African captain Elgar.

The ball hit Elgar's pad below the knee and it looked as if Elgar would be declared out during ball tracking. But the ball seemed to go over the stumps. Elgar was declared not out.

The Indian players then targeted the host broadcasting company Super Sports, which manages the DRS, saying, "You need to find better options to win."

KL Rahul came to the mic of the stumps and said that the whole country is against 11 players.