In the wake of playing a game dominating thump of 94 runs against West Indies in the first T20I of the three-coordinate arrangement, captain Virat Kohli said that cricket is tied in with playing hard, however at last, it is critical to have regard for your adversaries.
In the match, Virat Kohli was seen mirroring Windies’ bowler Kesrick Williams’ trademark festivity style.
“No, it isn’t the CPL. It transpired in Jamaica when he got me out so I figured I would tick a couple in the scratch pad too however all great, grins out there, at last, that is the thing that you need to see, great focused cricket yet toward the day’s end we shake hands, that is the thing that cricket is about, play hard yet toward the end have regard for your adversaries,” Virat Kohli said at the post-coordinate service.
In the sixteenth over of India’s innings, Virat Kohli was seen mirroring Williams. The primary bundle of the over was dispatched for a limit. The following ball was then flicked for a six on the leg side.
It was then that Virat Kohli drew out the journal festivity and Williams glanced on in entertainment.
In 2017, Williams had given Virat Kohli a ‘scratch pad style’ farewell in the wake of taking his wicket and Kohli had obviously not overlooked that.
This innings by Virat Kohli empowered India to pursue down the objective of 208 with eight balls to save.
India and West Indies will next lock horns in the second T20I on Sunday, December 8.