Ishaan and Iyer were stunned to see aggressive Virat avatar in the nets (VIDEO)


It has been a specialty of Virat Kohli and the Indian team for the last few years. As soon as a bad time or a bad match comes, the team becomes aggressive and dangerous and starts charismatic performances from the next match itself.

Whether it is winning the Border Gavaskar Trophy by getting all out on 36 or winning the T20 series against England even after being 1-2 behind, this is an example of this. Now once again the same situation is standing in front of India.

After losing the first match of the T20 World Cup to Pakistan by 10 wickets, Team India has put itself in a difficult position but there is still room to progress in the tournament. India’s next match will be against New Zealand which will be do or die.

In such a situation, now someone can save the Indian team, then the aggression which was seen in the nets in the game of the players of the team. Especially Virat Kohli was seen in a different style. His juniors Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer kept admiring Virat Kohli’s batting in the nets.

ICC shared this video on its Instagram account. In this, Virat Kohli was seen continuously hitting aggressive shots and Ishaan and Iyer were found speaking only (shots) from behind.

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By the way, if we look at the performance of the first match, as a batsman, Virat Kohli does not need as much practice as other batsmen. Virat Kohli scored his third fifty against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup.

He played an innings of 57 runs in 49 balls with the help of 5 fours and 1 six. He was dismissed for the first time against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup.

Openers Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul, who were dismissed cheaply against Pakistan, will be under a lot of pressure in the next match. Apart from this, Hardik Pandya also bowled for 15 minutes.

It has become clear that the team management has given instructions to Hardik Pandya. His place will be made in the team only if he contributes with the ball as well as he will have less overs left by the time he comes to bat. (webdunia desk)



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