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A Coder Made A Video Game On Virat Kohli And Gautam Gambhir’s Verbal Spat
By CricShots - May 9, 2023 4:21 pm
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A few days, after the massive on-field spat, took place between Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir, an anonymous coder used creativity to compile an online game based on a verbal altercation. The clip of the game has been making rounds on social media and has garnered a lot of attention from fans.

Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir in the video game

For the uninitiated, following the match between Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) and Royal Challengers Bangalore, tempers flared as Kohli and Gambhir engaged in a heated exchange of words. While the incident attracted massive attention for all wrong reasons, in a hilarious turn of events, one coder decided to build a game based on the fight between the former India teammates.

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The clip begins with a walkthrough of the match as the characters of Kohli and Gambhir are designed along with their respective RCB and LSG jerseys. Creativity peaks as the coder brings the two stalwarts of the game on the field as the characters can be seen engaging in a physical fight that involves the use of bats.

The video projects Kohli and Gambhir as characters who can be dressed in the “choose your player” style, typically seen in video games. These video game avatars then go on to physically fight each other against the backdrop of a cricket ground

This video was posted online by a Twitter user who goes by the username @sagbansal and has over four lakh views since it was shared on May 6. Commenting on it, a Twitter user wrote, “Damn! This is insane ”. Another person said, “Kudos to creativity ”.

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Last week, Uttar Pradesh Police used the same face-off between Kohli and Gambhir to promote awareness about its emergency helpline number 112. “No matter is too ‘Virat’ (big) and ‘Gambhir’ (serious) for us. For any emergency situation, dial 112,” UP Police said in a tweet in Hindi, clocking 1.5 million views and around 44,000 likes.