In a matter of minutes, India went from 80 for no loss to 80 for three, but it was the third of those dismissals at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on Friday that really got people’s tongues churning on social media. Cheteshwar Pujara had just been dismissed for a five-ball duck, and Ajaz Patel was in the midst of a brilliant session. When Kohli stepped in to bat, however, most expected him to find form right away.

Kohli, on the other hand, didn’t survive long in the middle. After only facing four deliveries, umpire Anil Chaudhary gave him out LBW, and the decision, which was later confirmed by the third umpire, didn’t sit well with the Indian captain. When the ball got close to the bat as Kohli pressed forward, there was a spike on UltraEdge, and the TV umpire looked at it from multiple angles, but the evidence wasn’t conclusive.

“The ball, bat, and pad appear to be in the same place. The third umpire remarked, “I don’t have any conclusive evidence to overturn it,” before asking umpire Anil Chaudhary to uphold the original ruling. He then examined the ball tracking, which revealed three reds on Hawkeye. Kohli was taken aback and spoke with Nitin Menon before returning to the changing room. During the session break on Star Sports, commentator Simon Doull remarked that everyone behind the mike agreed it was out, but Sanjay Bangar in the studio was certain it was bat first because of the direction the ball travelled afterwards. In any case, the decision was met with mixed reactions.

Ajaz Patel of New Zealand became only the third bowler in Test cricket history to take ten wickets in an innings. During the second Test of the series against India in Mumbai, the left-arm spinner completed the feat. Patel is the only third spinner to take 10 wickets in a Test innings, joining England’s Jim Laker and India’s Anil Kumble. Patel bowled 47.5 overs in the first innings of the Mumbai Test, surrendering 119 runs for his ten wickets. Anil Kumble of India, by the way, was the last bowler to take a 10-wicket haul. In 1999, he accomplished the feat in a Test against Pakistan in Delhi.

The left-armer concluded the first day of the Test with four wickets and continued his excellent form in the early session of Day 2. Patel kept things tight at his end while inflicting consistent blows on the Indian innings, despite the fact that the other spinners were substantially more expensive.