During The Warm-up Match Between India And Leicestershire, The Poster Of A Child On Virat Kohli Is Viral On Social Media
Virat Kohli Viral Poster: The Indian team is currently on...
Virat Kohli Viral Poster: The Indian team is currently on a tour of England. On this tour, the Indian team will play the remaining 1 match of the 5-match series against England under the leadership of captain Rohit Sharma. However, the Indian team is playing a warm-up match against Leicestershire at the Grace Rose Ground. Actually, during this match a poster of a child is becoming very viral. This child, who came to watch the warm-up match between India and Leicestershire, has written on his poster that he has missed his school to see Virat Kohli.
The poster of the child who came to watch the match went viral on social media
The poster of this child, who came to watch the warm-up match between India and Leicestershire, is becoming very viral on social media. At the same time, if we talk about the match, then Indian captain Rohit Sharma decided to bat first after winning the toss, but this decision proved to be completely wrong. Indian batsmen were seen struggling in front of the bowlers of Leicestershire.
Young Virat Kohli fan watching the warm-up match. pic.twitter.com/cvroYjRoCi
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game stopped due to rain
At present, the game is halted due to rain. Electing to bat after winning the toss, the Indian team could score only 90 runs after losing 5 wickets after 28 overs. At present, former Indian captain Virat Kohli is playing 9 runs while S. Bharat (S. Bharat) is scoring 6 runs at the crease. Captain Rohit Sharma scored 25 runs in 47 balls, while Shubhman Gill contributed 21 runs. At the same time, Hanuma Vihar 3 while Shreyas Iyer got out without scoring any run. Apart from this, all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja scored 13 runs.
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