India's captain Virat Kohli (C) celebrates with teammates after victory on the fourth day of the second Test match between India and New Zealand at The Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium in Kolkata on October 3, 2016. DIBYANGSHU SARKAR/AFP/Getty Images

Indian players are reportedly set to avoid any charges or sanctions from the ICC for their involvement in the recent accusations against South African broadcaster SuperSport.

Captain Virat Kohli and bowler Ravi Ashwin were among those to have their critical comments picked up by the stump mic on the third day of the Newland Test, with the pair seemingly looking to send their message to the broadcast partner following a controversial DRS decision.

A reviewed LBW decision by South African batsman Dean Elgar soon left many bemused by the outcome of DRS' ball-tracking technology, with the ball bouncing over the stumps on review, an outcome somewhat surprising following an initial eye test.

Umpire Marais Erasmus was also heard saying "that is impossible" following the decision, with the enraged Indian group also making their stance on the decision known.

“Focus on your team while they shine the ball. Not just the opposition. Trying to catch people all the time," Kohli said, drawing attention to Australia's ball-tampering scandal from 2018.

"Surely you can find better ways to win, SuperSport," Ashwin was heard saying to the stump mic.

With many calling for the ICC to step in and punish the India players involved, it seems the likes of Kohli and Ashwin have walked away from the Cape Town Test with a seven-wicket loss and a slap on the wrists.

According to ESPNthe BCCI is set to avoid any formal charges for the recent events at Newlands, with match officials understood to have only given Indian players a verbal warning.

It is understood that the players' actions did not breach any section of the ICC's code of conduct.

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Despite the outcome of the ICC's findings, Indian players were still left disappointed from the outcome of the Test, having lost the series against South Africa 2-1.

Batsman Keegan Petersen was awarded Player of the Match following his two half-century scores, guiding the Proteas to a victory in the decider.