Indian Skipper Virat Kohli could face suspension
Indian skipper Virat Kohli is a passionate cricket player, but sometimes his passion leads him to trouble. Recently, the captain Kohli got himself into another trouble. This time, Virat Kohli can face the suspension that leads to 1 Test or two ODI or two T20I, depending on what happens first for the player.
Ultimately, he received a point of demerit after violating Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the third T20 match against South Africa. This demerit point is the third since January 2018. If a player reaches four demerit points within 24 months, they become suspension points, and two suspension points mean a ban.
If Virat Kohli succeeds in violating the code of Conduct once again before February 2020, he will give a suspension point, which will be on his record. Kohli received the first of his three demerit points against South Africa in January 2018 and the second reached Afghanistan at the 2019 ICC World Cup. You have to be cautious over the next four months to avoid a point of suspension in your history.
Virat Kohli will face South Africa in the three-game Test series that will begin on October 2 in Vizag. After that, the pattern is likely to appear on the Bangladesh tour in November and also in the local series against Zimbabwe and Australia in January.