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Virat Kohli Was Seen Munching While Fielding At Slips In Ahmedabad
By CricShots - Mar 9, 2023 4:52 pm
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The Indian stalwart, Virat Kohli was caught munching while fielding at slips during the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Rohit Sharma-led team India and Australia are locking horns in the fourth and final Test match played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Thursday, March 9.

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli

In the midst of the Australian batting innings, Virat Kohli was seen snacking on an energy bar while at slips during the start of the 23rd over of the contest. The video has spread like wildfire on social media as it garnered massive attention from fans soon after the incident took place.

Notably, Virat Kohli hasn’t made significant contributions in the ongoing series as he has returned scores of 12, 44, 20, 22, and 13 respectively across the three Test matches. Despite this, the batter seems upbeat and never misses a chance to enjoy himself while in the middle of the field.

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Meanwhile, the visitors relished a solid start in the morning session however, the Indian team has found their way back into the contest after scalping four wickets ahead of the drinks break during the third session. After comprehensively winning the first two Tests and retaining the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, India inched closer to a berth in the World Test Championship Final.

However, their wait for a place in the finals continues following a loss in the third Test courtesy of a dominant performance put up by the Aussies. On the other hand, Australia has already qualified to the final of WTC and is on the cusp of playing either India or Sri Lanka at the Oval in London. 

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Notably, the Lankan Lions will need to secure a series sweep in the Two Test matches against the BlackCaps to confirm their berth in the WTC Final. Any result apart from two wins against the New Zealand side will see India sail through to the finals. In any case, Rohit Sharma and Co. will be eyeing a win in the final red-ball clash against the Aussies and not depend on Sri Lanka’s result to stamp their ticket to the WTC final.