New Delhi: Virat Kohli’s barren run in the big ICC matches continued as he was dismissed after scoring 13 runs in the second innings of the World Test Championship final against New Zealand. Kohli was dismissed by Kyle Jamieson as the fast bowler consistently troubled his Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper.Also Read - LIVE India vs Leicestershire 4-Day Warm-up Match Cricket Score: LEI Finish On 219/4 As Match Ends In A Draw

Kohli looked at sea while facing the lanky paceman. Jamieson consistently challenged Kohli by bowling in the corridor of uncertainty and asked the right questions from the talisman. Former England skipper Nasser Hussain and India great Sunil Gavaskar explained Kohli’s dismissal. Also Read - Virat Kohli Back as India's Test Captain - Twitterverse Urge BCCI After Rohit Sharma Tests Covid +ve Ahead of 5th Test vs England

Hussain stated that Kohli’s dismissal looked more like 2014 when he was continuously troubled by James Anderson. Also Read - Virat Kohli Back as Captain or Rishabh Pant? Who Will Lead India in 5th Test vs England in Absence of COVID +ve Rohit Sharma

“Little bit more like 2014 and not the one of 2018. That was the sort of line that James Anderson troubled him in 2014. He left those last time around when he played in England,” Nasser Hussain said on air as Jamieson exalted at the Hampshire bowl.

Gavaskar added that Kohli’s backfoot didn’t move and he was committed to playing the shot, which landed him in trouble against Kyle Jamieson.

“His [Virat Kohli’s] backfoot didn’t move and he committed himself to the shot,” Gavaskar said on air.

In fact, Kohli was dismissed by Kyle Jamieson in the first innings as well. The tall fast bowler had got the ball to move back into the right-hander and Kohli was plumbed in front of the wickets. Kohli was well settled in the first innings after scoring 44 runs but could not add to his overnight score on Day 3 of the Test match.

Meanwhile, New Zealand has been bundled India out for 170 runs in the second innings. Thus, the Kiwis will need to score 139 runs to win the World Test Championship final whereas India will need 10 wickets to create history. It is currently advantage to New Zealand at the moment.