Did Virat Kohli copy Joe Root? Michael Vaughan had some fun like this, VIDEO Viral


New Delhi. Former captain of Indian cricket team Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) could not do anything special in the first innings of the four-day practice match against Leicestershire (India vs Leicestershire Warm up Match) on the England tour. During this, Virat Kohli tried to do something on the field, due to which he is being trolled fiercely on social media. People say that Virat Kohli is the former captain of England Joe Root (Joe Root) is copying. However, Kohli did not get success in this.

Actually, something happened that during the batting, Virat Kohli tried to stand his bat at the non-strike end but he failed in it. The video of Kohli balancing the bat is becoming increasingly viral on social media. People are commenting differently. former England captain Michael Vaughan (Michael Vaughan) also trolled Virat Kohli. Retweeting the video, Vaughan wrote, ‘Virat could not balance the bat like Joe Root.’

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Joe Root raised the bat in the test match against New Zealand
Earlier, Joe Root pitched his bat at the non-strike end without any support in the first Test match of the 3-match series against New Zealand. Root was at the non-striker’s end when Kyle Jamieson came to bowl during the 23rd over of New Zealand’s innings. But Joe Root did not hold his bat in his hand. Yet his bat stood straight. This video spread like fire on social media. People were telling it the magic of the root.

Virat Kohli got out after scoring 33 runs.
Virat scored 33 runs in 69 balls in the first innings in the practice match. He hit four fours and a six during this. Virat was dismissed lbw by novice Roman Walker. Walker is the same bowler who has so far taken a total of 5 wickets in the first innings, which includes the big wickets of captain Rohit Sharma, Hanuma Viharir and Ravindra Jadeja, including Kohli.

India scored 246 for 8 on the first day
Talking about the match, India won the toss and decided to bat first. Team India scored 246 runs for 8 wickets in their first innings till the end of the first day’s play. At the end of the first day’s play, wicket-keeper batsman Shrikar Bharat returned unbeaten on 70. Rohit was dismissed after scoring 25 runs while opener Shubman Gill contributed 21 runs.

Tags: India cricket team, Joe Root, Michael vaughan, Team India, Virat Kohli



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