Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli has insisted that there is no rocket science involved in using the DRS which will be employed in the upcoming India-England Test series. The 28-year-old has also downplayed English skipper Alastair Cook’s comment that the visitors are the underdogs in the series.
After opposing the DRS for a long time, the BCCI has, finally, given the green lights
"I think we have observed enough watching on TV how DRS is used. It really depends on what the bowler and a wicketkeeper, most importantly, think about the particular event or if a referral has to be made. It is pretty simple. It's nothing that we are focusing too much on. It just gives you another opportunity to check on a decision if you feel is not right. And I think that's pretty fair," Kohli said ahead of the first Test.
"I think some team might want to play it low at the start of the series and then surprise the opponent, but we are quite aware of those things. We have experienced those sorts of tactics in the past.
"But at the same
"That's why we have been able to perform consistently and that's our only goal, to keep improving as a side and keep winning games of cricket. Nothing changes for us," Kohli said.