Virat Kohli’s brilliance in the 3rd ODI overawed Michael Vaughan
Kohli notched up his third consecutive ton of the series, and his 38th ODI hundred.
Updated - Oct 27, 2018 10:08 pm
Team India skipper Virat Kohli is in the form of his life. He has been in a sensational run for the last couple of seasons and his current spell in international cricket remains unmatched in the modern day game. Recently, he became the fastest to reach the 10000-run mark in ODI cricket. He achieved the feat during the second ODI against the Windies of the ongoing 5-match series.
His stellar run of form has stunned many and has left everyone else awestruck. The consistency with which he has been scoring runs deserves a lot of praise for sure. His fans cannot stop praising him on the social media. Among the many fans and pundits who have been lauding his efforts is Michael Vaughan.
Vaughan is highly active on social media. The former English skipper has been very vocal about his adulation for the Indian captain. When Virat scored a ton in the first match of the ongoing assignment against the Windies, Vaughan made a bold remark on him on the social media. Vaughan hailed Kohli as GOAT – the Greatest of All Time. He went on to use the hashtag #fact, to stress the point that he made on Twitter.
Next, when Kohli slammed another ton in the second match of the series, Vaughan was quick to come up with another tweet. He remarked that the ‘GOAT’ is at the work again. Now, when the herculean Indian captain continued his brilliance in the third ODI as well, Vaughan was just seen lost for words on the micro-blogging site.
Chasing 283 in the match, all eyes were glued on how Kohli would fare up. The Indian skipper did not disappoint and played another scintillating knock on the day. He notched up his third consecutive ton of the series, and his 38th ODI hundred. He would, however, be disappointed as the team failed to get over the line and Windies have now levelled the series 1-1.
Here is Michael Vaughan’s post:
“The 🐐 (GOAT) is at it again …… #INDvWIN,” the former English skipper tweeted.
The 🐐 is at it again …… #INDvWIN
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) October 27, 2018