Fans were distracting at the time of practice, Virat won his heart by explaining with love, watch video

Melbourne: The group matches of the T20 World Cup 2022 are over. Super-12 matches will be played from Saturday. The Indian team will start its campaign against Pakistan (IND vs PAK) on Sunday. Team India is preparing fiercely before this match. Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian team, is also leaving no stone unturned. He is sweating profusely in the nets. Virat is in great form only after scoring a century against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup.

Virat got distracted

A video of Virat Kohli is becoming increasingly viral on social media. In this, some fans are cheering him from behind during the nets practice. After this Virat asked him not to make a sound. Virat Kohli said, ‘Man, there is no distraction at the time of practice.’

Did amazing in practice match

Virat Kohli has come out to bat in only one match after reaching Australia. He scored 19 runs in the warm-up match against Australia. But he did an amazing job in fielding. His performance became a big reason for the victory of the Indian team. First, Virat dismissed Australia’s finisher Tim David with a direct throw. After this, in the last over, he took a catch of Pat Cummins on the boundary line with one hand.

Great record against Pakistan

The Indian team has to play the match against Pakistan on 23 October. Virat Kohli’s bat speaks fiercely against Pakistan. He has played 9 matches against Pakistan so far. In this, 406 runs have been scored from Virat’s bat at an average of 67.67. During this he has also hit four fifties. His biggest innings has been an unbeaten 78 against Pakistan. In the T20 World Cup on Sunday, Team India will once again expect an amazing innings against Pakistan from Virat.

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