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No charges were filed against India for their on-field outburst following a DRS decision that went against them in the third Test against South Africa.
The controversial call evoked different reactions from KL Rahul, skipper Virat Kohli, and spinner R Ashwin. However, as per ESPNcricinfo, the International Cricket Council (ICC), match officials had talks with the cricketers about their conduct on the field but there was no official code of conduct was charged against Kohli and other India players.
Kohli himself had pulled away from the controversial DRS call on Friday following India's defeat in the Test series.
"I have no comment to make. I understood what happened on the field and people on the outside don't know exactly what goes on the field. So me to try and justify what we did on the field and say 'we got carried away,”
“If we would have charged up and picked up three wickets there that could have been probably the moment that could change the game," said Kohli.
India lost the series 1-2 as South Africa overhauled them by seven wickets in the final Test.