Virat Kohli's childhood pose goes viral
Virat Kohli has shared a special picture on social media which is becoming very viral. Actually, in the picture that King Kohli has shared, he is copying a special picture of his childhood. Virat has shared his new picture on social media while recreating the childhood picture, which is making headlines among the fans. Fans are getting a lot of reactions on this special picture of Kohli. Actually, Kohli has taken this special picture for the ad shoot.
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— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 25, 2023
Virat Kohli recreating his childhood pose.
Moment of the day! pic.twitter.com/bgs6xMxguP
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) September 25, 2023
Kohli was not part of the team in the first two ODIs against Australia. Now Kohli will be seen playing in the third ODI of the series. Kohli's form has been fantastic in recent times. Recently, during the Asia Cup, Kohli exploded with his bat.
In the Asia Cup match played against Pakistan in Colombo, Kohli played an important role in helping India win by scoring a century. Kohli scored an unbeaten 10 in the match against Pakistan on 2023 September 122. On the basis of Kohli's century, the Indian team was successful in winning this match.
Now that Kohli is in great form, it is expected that in the upcoming World Cup, a lot of runs will come from King Kohli's bat. The World Cup is scheduled to start from October 5. In the World Cup, the Indian team is going to play its first match against Australia on October 8.
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AB de Villiers said on his YouTube channel that after the World Cup, Kohli may say goodbye to ODIs and T20s. Kohli, however, can continue to play IPL and Test cricket for now.