This person’s prediction about Virat caused a stir, told in the night itself he would be out at 45. Hindi News

new Delhi: Team India is facing against Sri Lanka in the first match of the two-match Test series. This match is very special for former Indian team captain Virat Kohli because it is the 100th Test match of his career. It was expected from Virat in this match that he would definitely hit his 71st century in this match. But Virat got out after scoring 45 runs. A person had already predicted the dismissal of Virat.

Correct prediction about Virat

Virat Kohli got out after scoring 45 runs in the first innings of his 100th Test. Virat was bowled by Sri Lankan spinner Lasith Embuldeniya. But the surprising thing is that a person had already predicted about such dismissal of Virat. In fact, a handle named @Quick__Single on Twitter had made a very accurate prediction of Virat’s dismissal on the last night itself.

This user named Shruti made a tweet at 12:46 pm, in which he has claimed that Kohli will not be able to score a century in the match against Sri Lanka and he will be out for 45 after playing 100 balls. Exactly the same thing happened in today’s match. Not only this, this user had even made it clear that Virat would be out on the ball of Lasith Embuldeniya. At the same time, after getting out, Virat will see this thing with surprising eyes, Shruti had also written this in her tweet.

Sehwag was also surprised

The tweet of this user has also surprised veteran opening batsman Virender Sehwag. Sehwag has retweeted this tweet made for Virat and with this he wrote, ‘WOW’. Apart from this, many other Twitter users have expressed surprise on this tweet.

Virat made a big record

Virat Kohli reached a big record as soon as he scored 38 runs in his 100th Test match. Virat has completed 8000 runs in test cricket. Kohli has become the 6th player to touch the 8000-run mark in Test cricket. Virat Kohli also became the second fastest Indian to reach this milestone. Kohli played 169 innings to become 8 Hazari in Test cricket. The record for the fastest 8000 runs for India is held by Sachin Tendulkar, who scored 8000 Test runs in 154 innings. Although in international cricket, former Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara holds the record for the fastest 8000 runs in Test cricket, Sangakkara had scored 8000 runs in 152 innings.

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