Ishan Kishan hilariously copies Virat Kohli's walk, latter's reaction leaves Indian teammates in splits

Cricketing excellence, laughter and Ishan Kishan's comic brilliance add to India's unforgettable Asia Cup victory.

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India triumphed over Sri Lanka with a resounding 10-wicket victory in the Asia Cup 2023 final, held at the iconic R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo, on Sunday, September 17. Under the astute leadership of Rohit Sharma, Team India secured an unprecedented eighth Asia Cup title, largely propelled by the virtuoso performance of Mohammed Siraj with the ball. Following their record-breaking victory, the elated Team India players couldn't contain their joy. Some revelled in the moment, sharing hearty laughs, while others indulged in light-hearted banter.

In the same vein, a video capturing one of these post-victory celebrations quickly went viral across social media platforms, encapsulating the jubilant spirit of the Indian cricket team. 

In a particular segment of the viral video, young sensation Ishan Kishan took centre stage by mimicking the iconic walk of the former Indian skipper and legendary batter, Virat Kohli. The humorous act drew a hearty response from Kohli himself, who joined in the fun, leaving their teammates in splits.

Siraj set the tone for India in the Final of Asia Cup 2023

Turning our focus back to the final showdown, Mohammed Siraj emerged as the ultimate game-changer. The speedster conjured a remarkable feat by scalping four wickets in a single over, effectively dismantling the Sri Lankan batting lineup, reducing them to a meagre total. In a testament to his prowess, India's opening pair of Ishan Kishan and Shubman Gill then effortlessly chased down the target in a mere 6.1 overs, thereby sealing a comprehensive victory over the hosts.

The 29-year-old's superlative spell also witnessed him claiming the prized wicket of Sri Lankan captain Dasun Shanaka, an achievement that saw him equal an ODI record. The Hyderabad Pacer's five-wicket haul from his initial 16 deliveries of the match equalled the remarkable feat achieved by former Sri Lankan pace sensation Chaminda Vaas, back in 2003.

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