Barmy Army Tried To Troll Virat Kohli But Got Fitting Replies From Indians

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The Indian Test captain, Virat Kohli, who was going through a rough patch in his career, played one of the most memorable knocks on the toughest pitch to bat at. Known for his aggressive batting and big shots, Virat was calm and composed as he patiently dealt with the lethal deliveries by the Proteas bowlers.

Virat Kohli walked out to bat after KL Rahul (12), Mayank Agarwal (15), Ajinkya Rahane (9) fell cheaply. India’s veteran cricketer Cheteshwar Pujara (43) helped Virat Kohli and later the skipper was helped by Rishabh Pant, as they made sure India doesn’t lose any more wickets till tea.

The final session of the day saw Virat Kohli scoring his half-century off 158 balls. Kohli, who had opened his account with a stylish cover-drive, reached his fifty with a four.

Virat Kohli, who is struggling to score a century for the last two years, looked all set to end his century drought. He was under tremendous pressure as the wickets kept falling from the other end. This is when Virat decided to go for his big shots which led to his downfall.

With no reliable partner at the other end, Kohli was trapped for a delivery outside off once again. Although, he wasn’t able to score his 71st century today but he managed to zip the mouths of his critics. The way Virat Kohli played has increased the hopes of the fans.

Meanwhile, social media has been buzzing with amazing reactions from the fans to it. While the fans just can’t stop hailing the cricketer for his terrific knock, on the other hand, England’s notorious Barmy Army once again targeted the talismanic batter for his century drought.

Here, check out the Tweet:

Well, the tweet from the Barmy Army didn’t go down well with the fans, who are now trolling the army left, right, and center. Virat Kohli fans came up with savage replies while reminding the Barmy Army of England’s humiliating performance in the ongoing Ashes series.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:





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