Rohit Sharma And Virat Kohli Engaged In A Funny Banter At The Oval
By CricShots - Sep 3, 2021 11:32 am
Views 6.5K

A video of Rohit Sharma and Indian captain Virat Kohli has a seemingly funny conversation has surfaced on the first day of the fourth Test of the ongoing series between India and England. Earlier, both the players seem to be talking about some serious issue. Seeing in the video, it is clear that Rohit Sharma is expressing his displeasure about something to Kohli.

rohit sharma
Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli

In the video making rounds on social media, Rohit Sharma is seen unhappy about something. He is seen saying his words to Virat Kohli, on which Kohli is also reacting with disappointment. The incident took place in the 12th over of England’s innings. At that time David Malan and Joe Root were raining squares.

WATCH – Umesh Yadav Castles Joe Root With Peach Of A Ball

It was Siraj’s first over and his over had also conceded a couple of boundaries. In the first over itself, the English batsmen dominated Siraj and he gave away 11 runs. Perhaps in this fret, Rohit Sharma was unhappy with something.

It is worth noting that often Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli these two players are in discussion inside and outside the field. A few months back, there were also reports of a dispute between the two players. But this is not some controversial video, Rohit looked unhappy about a particular moment in the match itself.

The fans seem to be enjoying the video as they made it a dialogue about not feeding Ashwin. So some people enjoyed mentioning the batting of Shardul Thakur. Many people also commented on this video regarding the old friendship of Rohit and Virat.

WATCH – Virat Kohli Shared A Light Moment With James Anderson

Talking about the ongoing Test match at The Oval, then the England captain won the toss and decided to bowl first. India’s first innings were restricted to 191 runs. In reply, England too lost their three crucial wickets for 53 runs at the end of the day’s play. In which the biggest wicket was that of the host captain Joe Root.