IND vs ENG: Why Virat Kohli got criticized even after winning India? Know the reason


New Delhi: India beat England by 7 wickets in the second match of the five-match series. In this match, the captain of the Indian team, Virat Kohli, appeared in excellent form after a very long time. Virat Kohli made an unbeaten 73-run innings in this match to easily win the game for India. But there was a moment in this match when the fans became unhappy with Virat.

Fans unhappy with Virat’s fielding

In fact, Johnny Bairstow played a single in the 10th over during England’s batting, after which Fielder picked up the ball and threw it towards Virat Kohli standing close to the wickets. Kohli angrily caught the ball and hit it in stumps with both hands. Meanwhile, the ball came out of Kohli’s hands and went backwards. Because of which England batsmen got a wasteful run of overthrow. After this incident, Virat was severely criticized on social media.

Virat’s comeback

Virat Kohli showed tremendous game in this match, scoring 73 not out with the help of 5 fours and 3 sixes in just 49 balls. He led India to victory in this match by hitting sixes and also completed 3000 runs in T20 International. Virat is the first batsman in the world to do so. Let us know that while batting first in this match, England scored 164 runs after losing 6 wickets. In response, India comfortably achieved this target in just 17.5 overs.

Ishaan did amazing on debut

Ishan Kishan, playing his debut T20 International match, played a quick knock in the second match against England. He hit 56 runs in just 32 balls with the help of 5 fours and 4 sixes. For this explosive innings, he was also chosen as ‘Man of the Match’ in his very first match.

India has equal series

After winning the second match over England, India have equaled 1-1 in this series. India had defeated England by 8 wickets in the first match. The third match of the series will now be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Tuesday itself.


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