Kohli was adjudged LBW by the on-field umpire on the fourth ball of his innings though the bat and pad appeared very close to the ball.
According to Australian media, Warne 'fell off and slid for more than 15 metres' but he didn't sustain any major injury and visited hospital on Monday as a precautionary measure
"For me, the time is right to make Pat Cummins captain, something I thought even before the events of Friday unfolded," Warne wrote in Australia's The Daily Telegraph
IPL is most powerful aspect of cricket, says Michael Vaughan after addition of two new teams to league
Shane Warne said that the money spent on new IPL teams shows why cricket has become the second "most popular sport" on the planet.
Pant, the Delhi captain, said the run was in the "spirit of the game" and described the incident as "part and parcel" of cricket after Tuesday's match in the UAE.
The Hundred: Shane Warne, Kevin Pietersen feel tournament will get 'bigger and better' in upcoming years
The first edition of the innovative event concluded in front of a full house at Lord's on Saturday, leaving the cricket fraternity excited.
Only Sri Lankan spin great Muttiah Muralitharan (800 Test scalps), and Australian wizard Shane Warne (708 wickets) are now ahead of Anderson, who is playing in his 163rd Test.
Warne, who is the head coach of The Hundred team London Spirits, and another unnamed member of management team have gone into self-isolation, a report in ESPNcricinfo said.
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The Committee, headed by Mike Gatting and which also includes the likes of Kumar Sangakkara, Sourav Ganguly and Shane Warne, stressed on maintaining balance between bat and ball.
India vs England: Shane Warne reminds Michael Vaughan how no one bothered about pitch when hosts were losing
Indian spinners, especially Ravichandran Ashwin, had the English batsmen on the ropes on the second day of the second match on a pitch that is offering the tweakers vicious turn and bounce.
India vs Australia: Shane Warne feels Test series loss would result in 'huge fallout' in Australian team
Shane Warne said Australians failed to grab their chances in the Test series.
India vs Australia: 'The Irrepressibles became The Immortals' local media reacts to visitors breaching "Fortress Gabba"
India thrillingly achieved their 328 target with just 18 balls left on the final day to win the four-Test series 2-1, the highest successful run chase at Australia's "Fortress Gabba", where the hosts had been unbeaten for 33 years.
R Ashwin more likely to reach 800 Test wickets than 'not good enough' Nathan Lyon, says Muttiah Muralitharan
Muralitharan's stupendous record of 800 Test wickets remains very much intact with Shane Warne (708) and Anil Kumble (619) rounding up the top-three wicket-takers in the longest format.
"We know what a talent he (Head) is, he's probably a future captain. He still could be, but he's got to get in the side first, and at the moment I wouldn't have him in the side. He's got a little technique deficiency he needs to sort out first," Warne said.
India vs Australia: Heartening to see Australian legends praise Ajinkya Rahane's leadership, says Sunil Gavaskar
Stepping into the shoes of regular skipper Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane showed great character to inspire India to a memorable win at the MCG, just days after being dismissed for their lowest-ever score of 36 in the Adelaide Test, which the visitors lost by eight wickets.
Australia opted to bat in MCG Test but it was India that seized the initiative on Day 1 with Ajinkya Rahane shuffling his bowlers smartly to keep the hosts under the pump.
Shane Warne also added that current quartet of Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon could become Australia’s greatest bowling unit.
Pink ball should replace "pathetic" red-ball in Test cricket, says former Australia spinner Shane Warne
The Australian said the red ball doesn't swing much for the bowlers with the exception of the Dukes ball in England and gets soft very soon.
Smith was removed from captaincy due to his involvement in the scandal in 2018 which also led to a review of Australia's win-at-all-cost team culture.