Watch: “Practice ke time kuch mat bolo” Virat Kohli threatens fans and warns to silent during net session

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During the batting practice for the ICC T20 World Cup 2022, Virat Kohli looked quite upset with the comments of the fans sitting behind the nets. A video is going viral on social media, in which Virat Kohli has warned these fans. In the T20 World Cup 2022, Team India has to play its first match against Pakistan at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on 23 October. In this video, Virat Kohli is seen explaining very comfortably to the fans not to make noise, but even after this, when the fans do not agree, the way Virat rolls the ball with the bat, his annoyance is seen.

Virat Kohli warns fans for roaring ‘out of stadium’ during net session

In this video you can see that as soon as Virat takes a shot at the nets, the fans shout from behind, out of the stadium and after that the fans are heard laughing.

Virat then turns back and says, ‘Dude, don’t speak at the time of practice. Distraction happens. To which the fans say in response, okay brother, when you are relaxed, then you will speak. Brother, then our people will speak for the king. King, that’s why he will speak. King Toh Hei Hai… You will hear such voices continuously in this video.

also read: IND Vs PAK T20 World Cup: If The Match Is Canceled Due To Rain, Then Pakistan Will Have A Big Advantage

Rain can spoil the whole game

Yes, the T20 World Cup 2022 match between India and Pakistan is to be played on 23 October, the match to be held in Melbourne is under the shadow of rain and according to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of a lot of rain on this day. If the match is not coming due to rain, then both the teams will get 1-1 point.

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