5 times a no-ball cost India the match recently
"No balls are something which hurt you as a team and it's something we hope to rectify and not repeat them in the next games," Virat Kohli said after India lost to South Africa in the fourth ODI at the Wanderers in Johannesburg last night (February 10).
Though the skipper is insisting his bowlers to rectify their mistakes and not repeat them in the upcoming games, the Indian bowlers are repeatedly committing the same mistake that has been haunting them for a while.
Over the last couple of years, the Men in Blue found themselves on the receiving end of their bowlers taking wickets off no-balls and the batsmen who got reprieves went on to score big against them on a few occasions.
Let us take a look at five instances when a no-ball cost the Indian team the match in the last two years.