New Delhi: The third Test between Team India and England is being played at Headingley ground. Team India’s start in this match was very disappointing. India’s captain Virat Kohli’s poor form continued and he once again failed to do anything. However, while returning to Kohli’s pavilion, something happened to him which is very embarrassing.
Kohli flop again
Indian captain Virat Kohli proved to be a flop in this match like the rest of the Test matches. His bat remained calm in the third Test as well. Kohli got out after scoring just 7 runs in this match. Kohli’s best innings in this entire series has been 42 runs. Kohli was once again made his victim by his known enemy James Anderson in this match.
This shameful act done by Kohli
When James Anderson hit Virat Kohli on his ball, after that he roared with anger. In the entire series itself, there has been a lot of clash between these two players, so a similar reaction was expected from Anderson.
— England’s Barmy Army (@TheBarmyArmy) August 25, 2021
However, in the meantime something happened that the fans did not like. In fact, when Kohli was returning to the pavilion, Virat’s head was bowed. Then the England cricket team’s supporter Barmy-Army teased Virat Kohli fiercely. However, Virat Kohli did not respond to this action of the Barmy Army and silently went to the pavilion.
Poor start for Team India
After winning the second Test against England by 151 runs, everyone is expecting a great performance from Team India in the third Test. However, the hearts of the fans must have been broken by the poor start of the Indian team. In the third test, after winning the toss and electing to bat first, Virat Sena lost two important wickets for just 4 runs. At the same time, Kohli and Rahane also could not do anything special and kept on walking.
First KL Rahul returned to the pavilion without opening the account. After which Cheteshwar Pujara could only score 1 run in 9 balls and once again proved to be a flop. Kohli’s bat did not play once again and Anderson (James Anderson) stopped his innings for just seven runs. James Anderson threw 3 maidens in 6 overs in the first one hour and took 3 wickets for a total of 6 runs. During this he did not bowl a single bad ball. After which Rahane also returned to the pavilion.