World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli mimicks Sarfaraz Ahmed to leave Kuldeep Yadav in splits
The video is going viral on social media at the moment.
Updated - Mar 9, 2020 8:22 pm
Generally, with the high-voltage clash in progress, one would expect the players to be tensed or trying to focus on the proceedings. Moreover, if it is India vs Pakistan, then the tensions soar to new levels. But the current Indian team is different taking it like just another game as Virat Kohli speaks normally in the press conferences. Well, it is easy to say but the Indian captain walks the talk and is one of the relaxed cricketers in the middle even while leading the side.
Another example of the same was witnessed during the innings break at the Old Trafford when Kohli was hilariously seen mimicking his counterpart Sarfaraz Ahmed. Soon after India’s innings got over, the rain made its presence felt again which delayed the start of the second innings by a bit. When finally the players walked in, the raindrops again started to fall and with even without a ball being bowled, they had to come back.
However, the drizzle was not heavy which led to the Indian players waiting in the dugout itself. During that period, Virat Kohli was seen having a laugh with the chinaman Kuldeep Yadav.
Amir ball la
The Twitterati never misses any action and Virat Kohli having a laugh didn’t go unnoticed. Well, when the replays came in, it was clearly visible that the Indian captain was imitating his counterpart Sarfaraz. If anyone has to go by his lip-syncing, the 30-year-old was saying, “Amir ball la.” The acting was so good from him that Kuldeep Yadav wasn’t able to control his laugh.
The video has already gone viral on social media and within no time it will be trending as well it seems with the way Virat Kohli has enacted in it.
Here’s his video:
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As far as the match is concerned, Team India has struck early courtesy Vijay Shankar who pinned Imam-ul-Haq in front of the stumps. Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam are currently fighting it out in the steep 337-run chase with the Indian bowlers bowling well.