Watch: Gilchrist met Virat Kohli like this, Gilchrist almost breaks Virat Kohli’s hand, see Video

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Team India, continuing their impressive form in the T20 World Cup, defeated Netherlands by 56 runs in their second match. The Indian team led by Rohit Sharma, batting first, made a strong score of 179/2 in 20 overs and gave a target of 180 runs to the Netherlands team to win, but the Netherlands batsmen were seen kneeling in front of the Indian bowlers. The team could only manage 123/9 runs in 20 overs.

With this win, the Indian team reached the top of the points table in their group, followed by South Africa at the second place. In this match, Virat Kohli once again emerged as the troubleshooter of Team India and entertained the fans by scoring a half-century. Virat remained unbeaten once again and scored 62 runs in 44 balls. Virat remained in the limelight during the batting but even before the start of the match against Netherlands, the focus of the camera was on him.

Adam Gilchrist Meets Virat Kohli

In fact, it happened that before the match against Netherlands, Kohli was in conversation with former South African star Dale Steyn, but then the great Australian wicket-keeper batsman Adam Gilchrist came up to him and met him with great warmth. The joy of meeting Kohli was clearly visible on Gilchrist’s face and this adorable video is becoming quite viral on social media.

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It can be seen in this video that Gilchrist gets excited to handshake with Virat, after which he also pats Virat’s back and also gives a thumbs-up to Kohli before leaving. Apart from this video, if we talk about Virat, then it is not going to be easy at all for the rest of the teams to stop him in the kind of form he is currently in.

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