Despite poor form, Virat Kohli’s ego is not going away, Furious At The Umpire After His Dismissal, Watch Video

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Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, is in England these days, because he has to play a Test match with the visiting team from July 1. But before that Team India is playing a practice match with Leicestershire, in which Virat Kohli has once again proved to be a flop.

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli’s form has not been supporting him for a long time, due to which his supporters are running very disappointed these days. In the ongoing warm-up match with Leicestershire, all the top-order batsmen of Team India proved to be flops. During that time, when Kohli got out, there was a ruckus on the field, so let’s now know about that matter.

Virat Kohli created a ruckus

The Indian team is playing a warm-up match against Leicestershire and during that time when captain Rohit Sharma got out, Virat Kohli came out to bat. Virat played a good partnership with KS India, but when he was batting on 33 runs then a ball from Roman Walker went to Kohli’s pad. Then the umpire declared him out.

When Roman Walker’s ball hit Virat Kohli’s pad, the bowling team made a strong appeal. Then the umpire, after waiting a while, declared Kohli out lbw, but Virat was very saddened by that decision of the umpire. After giving out, Virat Kohli kept staring at the umpire and he also talked to the umpire in gestures, but he was forced to return to the pavilion.

Virat Kohli faced 69 balls in this warm-up match, scoring 33 runs with the help of 4 fours and a six, but he did not succeed in converting his innings into a big innings. Due to the reaction of Virat after getting out in this practice match, many fans are once again criticizing him through social media.

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