Prior of the final day’s game between India and Sri Lanka in Kolkata, everyone had just one question, whether India will declare their innings to have a crack at visitors or they will make them secure first. No one actually knew in which direction this game is heading Virat Kohli stood tall between Sri Lanka and a win. Virat kept one end tight and scored runs here and there despite running out of partners at the other end.
In the process, Indian skipper took Indi away from Sri Lanka’s reach and was closing towards another Test ton. As remaining overs were an issue in winning this game, experts were wondering when India will declare their innings. The assumptions were suggesting that after Kohli reaches to his hundred.
Amidst, Kohli and Coach Ravi Shastri were seen in a mute conversation from a far distance. When umpires called drinks break, Kohli suggested something to Shaz and he straight away conveys his inputs to his captain in the middle of the field. The code language between them seems to be very hard to decode for anyone.
See what happened in the middle;
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India declared their innings post-Kohli slammed his 18th Test century, which was also his 50th in the International cricket. Thus, they forced Sri Lanka to either chase down 231 to win in a limited time or hand their bats till the last.