The audio of Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri’s conversation leaked, is becoming increasingly viral on the internet

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New Delhi: Team India is all set for the World Test Championship against New Zealand. The WTC final will be played in Southampton from 18 to 22 June. The Indian team will have to undergo segregation after reaching England and will have to stay in the hotel for three days. He will be in isolation. Earlier, Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri have held a press conference.

However, in the midst of all this, a surprising thing has happened. Actually an audio of Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri has been leaked. Which is going viral fast.

Audio of Kohli-Shastri conversation leaked

Actually some talk was happening between Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri and they did not know that they were live. Both were talking about the bowling attack of Team India.

In this leaked audio, Virat Kohli is saying that ‘we will put them round the wicket, left handers are in, Lala Siraj will put them all from the beginning’.

Ravi Shastri seems to agree with this point of Virat Kohli and says ‘Hmmmmm’.

This audio is becoming increasingly viral on social media and fans are very fond of this conversation. Please tell that Zee New does not confirm this audio.

Lack of practice in England not a cause for concern: Kohli

Before leaving for England, Kohli said in a press conference, “Even before this we have arrived three days before the match and we have done well in the series. It is just a matter of mind. This is not the first time that we are in England. We are playing, we know the environment very well. We have no problem even with four practice sessions.

The fight will start from June 18

The World Test Championship final against New Zealand will be played in Southampton on June 18 while the series against England will start in Nottingham from August 4. The second Test will be played at Lord’s from 12 to 16 August, the third at Leeds from 25 to 29 August, the fourth at The Oval from 2 to 6 September and the fifth at Manchester from 10 to 14 September.

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