The third T20 between India and West Indies has two T20 giants facing each other to claim the trophy having won one game each. India made a mammoth total of 240 owing to Rohit Sharma(71), KL Rahul(91) and Virat Kohli(70). India’s innings had some clean hitting by the three with West Indies bowlers struggling terribly to make an impact. Apart from Ewin Lewis’ magical save, fielding from the West Indies team wasn’t much great ideal.
While the openers managed to put on a good total, Virat Kohli ensured India was able to capitalise on that and put on the mammoth total before the Windies batsmen come and show their muscle power. His rivalry with Kensrick Williams continues after he mocked him with his own “notebook celebration“. This time he continued by showing his amaze at his six. An expression only Virat Kohli is capable of making.
Ooops !!! That's a Biggie 🙌🔥🔥🔥
That Expression from Kohli 😂😂😂
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It was the fourth ball of the 18th over. It was a length ball by Williams, a slower bacl of the length delivery that Kohli had issues picking up the previous overs. But this time, he was quick to act upon and sent the ball into the crowd. What followed was Kohli’s hilarious reaction that we’re sure the bowler wouldn’t have liked much. But as we all know, the Indian captain is famous for his on court antics, not feeling shy of sledging opponents now and then.
Not just Kensrick Williams, Kohli and Co. made a good mockery of other West Indies bowlers. Jason Holder was the most expensive of them all, going wicketless for 54 runs in his four overs. He went for 22 runs in his 15th over alone.
Rishabh Pant was promoted to number three today, ahead of Virat Kohli but failed to make an impact. He was out for a duck on the second ball he faced. He is no doubt under tremendous public pressure and will need to revamp his game completely to remain in the team.
Lets hope the West Indies batsmen can do what the Indian batsmen did and produce a show to remember for the fans at Wankhade.
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