New Delhi: India skipper Virat Kohli was once again caught swearing on the stump microphone on day four of the second Test between India and South Africa. Kohli, who is known for his aggression and swearing occasionally, was heard saying, “G**nd fatti hai b******od, chalo dalo ek jagah pe.” 

India vs South Africa 2nd Test: Here's Why Odds Are in Favour of The Proteas to Win Centurion Test

India vs South Africa 2nd Test: Here's Why Odds Are in Favour of The Proteas to Win Centurion Test

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The incident took place during the first session on Day 4, as Kohli while fielding at slip, was boosting up spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who was bowling to Dean Elgar. Kohli wanted Ashwin to make sure that he bowls at one place and put pressure on the batsmen. Also Read - Ravi Shastri Advised Virat Kohli to Quit ODI, T20I Captaincy: Reports

It wasn’t the first time Kohli was heard swearing in this Test as on Day 2, the Delhi batsman was heard saying “Shaam tak khelenge, inki g***d fat jaegi”. Kohli was telling Vijay to not to lose his wicket, to put pressure on the Proteas. Here’s the video of previous incident: Also Read - Virat Kohli Could be 'Removed as RCB Captain Mid-Way' Through IPL 2021: Ex-India Cricketer

Meanwhile, India restricted South Africa to 258 on day 4, which means that the visitors need to chase down the target of 287 runs in order to win the second Test and remain alive in the three-match series after losing the first Test.