Virat Kohli’s bat did not play in the second T20 against Australia, but despite this, he is in the headlines. Due to rain, the second ODI started quite late, due to which the fans had to wait for a while to see Virat and the rest of the players on the field. However, during this time when the fans saw Virat Kohli in the dressing room, they started shouting RCB-RCB.
Kohli heard the echo of RCB-RCB and then he pointed to the India logo on his jersey and reminded the fans that he is playing for India and not for IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore. Seeing this gesture of Virat, the fans immediately stopped the slogans of RCB and started cheering the great cricketer. Harshal Patel was also standing right next to Kohli in this video.
Virat Kohli silenced them in this way
The video of this incident is becoming quite viral and fans are also praising Virat Kohli. At the same time, if we talk about this match from back, Kohli could only score 11 runs with the bat but during the fielding, he scored Cameron Green brilliantly. Apart from this, he looked completely agile during the fielding and was seen saving valuable runs for Team India.
In this match played on Friday (23 September), there was interference of rain, due to which the match of 8-8 overs could only be played. India had got a target of 91 runs to win, which India achieved with 4 balls to spare. During this, India captain Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten 46 off 20 balls to help his team win the second match of the three-match series by six wickets.