The Indian cricket team lost the final of the ICC World Test Championship final 2023 against Australia on Day 5 of the final clash at The Oval on Sunday. Following the defeat, Indian batting maestro Virat Kohli has continued the sequence of cryptic stories after Team India’s defeat against Australia at the WTC Final.
Virat Kohli Posted Another Instagram Story
Once again, the former Indian captain took to his social media, just after the conclusion of the day’s play, and shared his thoughts through social media. He wrote:
“Silence is the source of great strength.” – Lao Tzu
Check out the story of Virat Kohli:
The post went viral in no time. The screenshot of the same has been making rounds on the internet and has triggered the fans like anything. Fans are trolling Kohli left right and center for posting a ‘motivational’ story in a heartbreaking time like this.
Check out how fans are trolling Kohli:
Talking about the game, Kohli was the first one to get dismissed on Day 5 as team India resumed the play on the crease. Kohli was undone by a beauty from Steve Smith on 49 runs in the slip cordon off Scott Boland who quickly removed Ravindra Jadeja as well in the same over.
Later, after the defeat, speaking at the post-match press conference, Indian captain Rohit Sharma expressed his thoughts on the match, commending Australia’s batting performance. He said:
“I thought we started well with winning the toss, putting them to bat in those conditions. We bowled well in the first session and then we let ourselves down with how we bowled. Got to give credit to the Australian batters. Head came in and played really well along with Steven Smith. That just took us off guard a little bit. We knew it was always hard to comeback, but we put up a good show. We fought till the end. We’ve worked hard for all those four years,”
He added: “Playing two finals is honestly a good achievement for us. But we’d like to go a mile ahead as well. You can’t take the credit away from what we’ve done in those last two years to come here. Great effort from the entire unit. Unfortunately, that we couldn’t go on and win the final but we’ll keep our heads high and fight. It’s been brilliant! (Talking about the crowd support). They’ve gotten behind the time. I’d like to thank each one of them. They were cheering for every run and every wicket,”