Virat Kohli has been an amazing phenomenon that has happened to Indian cricket. The 34-year-old has become a synonymous of dedication, sheer hard work and committment towars the game.
The same was evident during 1st ODI between India and Australia at iconic Wankhede stadium in Mumbai, when the batter ran from short cover to mid-wicket to stop two runs by crossing the pitch.
It all happened in the 11th over of the match when Mitchel Marsh deflects the good length delivery towards mid-wicket and Aussies ran for the double. Meanwhile, Virat Kohli who was standing at the short-cover ran towards mid-wicket to stop two runs.
Interestingly, Virat Kohli reached before the mid-wicket fielder. The video of the same was shared on social media as Indian cricket fans seem highly impressed with Virat Kohli’s agility.
Talking about the match, Hardik Pandya is leading the host as regular skipper Rohit Sharma has taken a break from the 1st ODI. After winning the toss, Hardik Pandya opted to bowl first while Australian top-order proved Pandy wrong by accumulating 59-runs off first ten overs.