Team India is busy preparing for the World Cup. A 2-match warm-up T20 series has been played against Western Australia. At the same time, as the warm-up series is over, Team India is practicing fiercely on the WACA pitch in Perth. The bounce on this pitch is considered very strong. Because of which this pitch has been chosen for practice.
At the same time, a video during the exercise is going viral on social media. In which Indian star player Virat Kohli is seen talking to someone about his place in the team. During a conversation in the nets, Kohli says something that makes other players think. Let’s know what Kohli has to say through this article.
“Hooda will come, I will leave”
Virat Kohli, the former captain of Team India, has certainly not played a warm match against Western Australia. But Kohli is sweating profusely on the Waka pitch in Perth. Kohli is leaving no stone unturned in net practice. Fans are also liking this style of Kohli. At the same time, a video during the practice session is going viral on social media.
Let us tell you that Virat is seen batting in the nets in this video. At the same time, someone from behind says in a loud voice that Kohli, your time is over. This means that someone was telling Virat that, ‘His time to bat on the net is over.’But Virat, while batting, immediately retorted and said, ‘Yes… yes… Hooda will come, I will leave. I am waiting for him only. Let us tell that every player is given a time for net practice. However, after watching this video of him, many users are linking it with his retirement. But, it is clear from the conversation of the run machine that he is talking about practice on the net.
Virat did not play warm-up matches
In the first warm-up match, Team India’s batting appeared to falter without Kohli and Rahul, while in the second match, India had to face defeat in the absence of captain Rohit Sharma and Kohli. After this, questions are being raised in the minds of the fans regarding the batting of Team India.
On the other hand, Kohli is not taking part in the practice matches, bypassing all these questions. But Kohli is working hard in the practice session. Let us tell you that India’s first match in the World Cup is to be played against Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 23 October.