IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli again out on zero, Uttarakhand Police enjoyed saying this

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New Delhi: Indian team captain Virat Kohli is not giving up his bad form. After the Test series against England, now in the first match of the T20 series, Virat’s bat has been silent. Virat returned to the pavilion without opening an account in this match. Due to the poor performance of the Indian batsmen, England defeated India by 8 wickets in the first match. After Kohli was out on zero, Uttrakhand Police (Uttrakhand Police) made a fun of him by tweeting it.

Kohli’s 28th Duck

This was the 28th time for Virat Kohli, who was on zero in the first T20 against England, when his account is not even open in international cricket. Not only this, it was Kohli’s fourth duck in the last five international matches. Due to the poor form of Kohli (Virat Kohli), he is facing criticism from everywhere.

Uttarakhand Police tweeted

Virat Kohli, who was out at zero in the first T20, is facing criticism from all over the world. Meanwhile, Uttrakhand Police (Uttrakhand Police) has enjoyed them by making a tweet. Uttarakhand police said, ‘It is not enough to put a helmet! It is necessary to drive in full consciousness, otherwise you can be out on zero like Kohli. This tweet of Uttarakhand Police is becoming fiercely viral on social media and people are very fond of it.

India got beat in first match

In the first T20 International match played between India and England (IND vs ENG), the visiting team won by 8 wickets and took a 1-0 lead in the series. Most of the batsmen of Team India came out to bat first after losing the toss and proved completely unsuccessful. Kohli went back to the pavilion without opening an account, while Shikhar Dhawan 4 and KL Rahul were dismissed by just 1 run. Shreyas Iyer played the highest innings of 67 runs for India. Apart from him, no batsman could do anything special.

Archer-Roy did wonders

For England, Jofra Archer took just 23 runs at an average of 5.75 in his 4-over spell, taking 3 crucial wickets and receiving the ‘Man of the Match’ award. He sent KL Rahul, Hardik Pandya and Shardul Thakur to the pavilion. Apart from this, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Chris Jordan and Ben Stokes took 1–1 wickets.
For England, Jason Roy scored a brilliant 49 from 32 balls with the help of 4 fours and 3 sixes. At the same time, Jos Buttler scored 28 runs. Johnny Bairstow and David Malan completed the right work there.

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