IND vs AUS Video: Virat avoided being run out by Bharat’s mistake, stared and gave advice without saying anything

Virat Kohli and Shrikar Bharat

Virat Kohli and Shrikar Bharat
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In India’s fourth Test against Australia, Virat Kohli scored his 28th Test century. He played a brilliant inning of 186 runs. Kohli scored a century in Test cricket after 1205 days. In this, Virat Kohli, who came to bat at number four, shared a half-century partnership with four players. He came to the crease after the dismissal of Pujara. After this, he shared a partnership of more than 50 runs with Shubman Gill, Ravindra Jadeja, Shrikar Bharat and Akshar Patel.

There was an 84-run partnership for the fifth wicket between Srikar Bharat and Virat Kohli. Bharat scored 44 and supported Kohli well. However, there was a moment during their partnership when Kohli got angry at Bharat.

During the 134th over of the Indian innings on the fourth day, Kohli played a shot off Todd Murphy and ran for a single. However, Bharat refused to run down the lane and the former skipper returned to the crease in the nick of time. This enraged Kohli as he was found shouting and glaring angrily at Bharat, as Bharat’s decision could have cost Team India an important wicket.

Virat Kohli scored 186 on Sunday, his first Test century in three years, to give India a chance to win the fourth Test against Australia. Australia had scored 480 runs in the first innings of this match. In response, India took a lead of 91 runs by scoring 571 runs. India’s last wicket fell in the form of Kohli on the fourth day. India’s nine wickets fell in this innings as Shreyas Iyer could not bat due to injury.

After the end of the fourth day’s play in Ahmedabad, Virat’s wife Anushka Sharma told on social media that Virat Kohli was sick during his brilliant innings, but he did not let it affect his game. Australia batted six overs at the end of the fourth day. Matthias Kuhnmann, who opened the innings as night watchman, did not score any runs. Right there, Travis Head scored three runs. Opener Usman Khawaja, who scored 180 in Australia’s first innings, did not come out to bat due to injury.

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