Who Is This Guy Holding The Winning Trophy With Team India?

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Team India continued with the winning spree as they defeated Bangladesh’s cricket team by an innings and 46 runs, kickstarting their day/night test match journey with an amazing note. It was team India’s seventh consecutive clean sweep in Tests.

The match as all about the number of overs the Indian bowlers would take to wrap up the proceedings and it all got over in the blink of an eye as India registered a thumping victory against Bangladesh beating the tigers by an innings and 46 runs in Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

Eventually, it was all smiles for the Indian cricket team, however, the moment of the day really came when Virat Kohli took the tradition ahead by handing over the winner’s trophy to uncapped wicketkeeper KS Bharat.

Well, it has been a tradition in the Indian camp where the winner’s trophy is handed over to the youngest player of the team. The tradition was started by none other than the captain ‘cool’, MS Dhoni and is now being taken ahead by Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

Who Is This Guy Holding The Winning Trophy With Team India?

Talking about KS Bharat, he has been a regular for India A in the longest format. He was bought by Delhi Capitals in 2015 but was soon released and is yet to get a franchise in IPL since then. So far, the uncapped player has played 69 games, scoring 3,909 runs at an average of 37.58.