Before the first T20I against Australia, Virat Kohli practices his bowling.
The former captain of India, Virat Kohli, was spotted improving his bowling technique before the first T20I. This can be a sign that he’ll be used as a backup bowler.
The first of three T20 International matches between these two nations will take place on Tuesday at the PCA Stadium in Mohali. They are about to begin their final practice for the T20 World Cup. As a result, it would be interesting to see what lineups each team chooses. Former India captain Virat Kohli was spotted improving his bowling at the practice nets prior to the first T20I. This may mean that even if a key bowler is having a bad day, he will still be used as a bowler.
On Monday, soon before the first T20I, the Punjab Cricket Association revealed pictures of Kohli practicing his bowling.
The caption stated, “Look who’s opening bowling tomorrow,” according to the handle.
Virat Kohli images of Net practice
Look who’s opening bowling tomorrow 🤪 #IndvsAus @imVkohli @BCCI #viratkohli #virat #kohli #cricket #fans #TeamIndia #India pic.twitter.com/bR2W9mqZD9
— Punjab Cricket Association (@pcacricket) September 19, 2022
In 104 T20I matches thus far, Kohli has claimed four wickets. Therefore, the four contestants he has eliminated in the game’s shortest format are Mohammad Hafeez (2012), Johnson Charles (2012), Samit Patel (2011), and Kevin Pietersen (2011). (2012). (2016).
So in the group stage of the recently concluded Asia Cup. Against Hong Kong, Kohli let up six runs in his lone inning. Since the West Indies vs. West Indies T20 World Cup semifinal in 2016, this was his first opportunity to bowl.
After nearly three years, Kohli has regained his form and achieved his first century for his nation. In the Asia Cup match against Afghanistan, he hit his first T20I century.
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