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Watch: Virat Kohli’s fielding masterclass in India’s stunning T20 World Cup warm-up win over Australia | Cricket News


NEW DELHI: If Jonty Rhodes Gives Virat kohli a call today to congratulate him, it won’t be a surprise. Two great efforts by former Indian captains in the field during India’s time Kicking off the T20 World Cup match against Australia in Brisbane on Monday will make Rhodes, a legend when it comes to bravery, proud.
A catch on the touchline and a pitch that ran straight into a tree for a run out left Kohli’s fans in awe of the Indian batting legend. Furthermore, it played a key role in India’s comeback victory, led by Mohammed ShamiFour stunning goals by, against the defending champions Australia.

The former India captain’s two great efforts in India’s T20 World Cup warm-up against Australia in Brisbane on Monday will make Rhodes, a legend when it comes to combat, proud.
Bowling in the Australian race final, Shami’s last four balls produced four hits back, including Kohli’s stunning one-handed catch just off the touchline to eliminate . Pat Cummins.
Cummins appeared to have beaten Shami from a pretty long throw by six points, but Kohli prepared her jump to perfection to squeeze the ball out of thin air with her right hand.

Before that, Kohli ran out Tim David while the Australians try to grab a quick single. This time in the ring, Kohli picked the ball and threw a move that hit the tree.

Australia, with 145/2 in 15.3 rounds, lost the last eight points in just 35 runs to a six-fold drop from India’s 187/6.
KL Rahul (57 years old) and Suryakumar Yadav (50 years old) led the Indian batting rankings after Australia won the pitch and asked India to hit the first ball at Gabba.

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