Former Indian captain and legendary batsman Virat Kohli is currently playing a Test match against the West Indies. The Indian team is currently on the West Indies tour and here the team has to play a total of 10 matches. The two-match Test series between the two teams began on Wednesday (July 12). In the first match, Virat Kohli was seen playing a restrained innings and he had to wait for 80 balls to hit his first boundary. Virat’s reaction after hitting the first boundary of the innings is currently becoming a topic of discussion.
Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal gave the Indian team a good start in the first Test between India and West Indies. Both the openers scored individual centuries. Shubman Gill at number three, however, was dismissed after scoring just 6 runs. Some thought that Virat Kohli, who came at number four, should play aggressively. However, Virat was seen playing with the restraint required for Test cricket. He has not hit a single boundary in the first 80 balls of the innings. After Virat hit a boundary on the 81st ball of the innings, he also got to see himself happy.
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Virat should never have taken so long to hit the first boundary of an innings. Virat was also happy after hitting this boundary. It was seen that he enjoyed a four as much as a half-century or a century. Virat raised his hand looking at his fellow players sitting in the dressing room. This time a smile was seen on his face.
Considering this match between the 10 teams, India’s score reached 312 for 2 at the end of the second day. Captain Rohit Sharma scored 103 runs off 221 balls and lost a wicket. Yashasvi Yeswal and Virat Kohli remain on the pitch with 143* and 36* respectively at the end of the second day. Earlier, West Indies scored 150 runs in the first innings. The Indian team is leading by 162 runs at the end of the second day.
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