Former Indian skipper and senior batter Virat Kohli shone with the bat once again for the Indian team against the arch-rivals Pakistan in their first match of the super-4 round of the Asia Cup 2022. He played a brilliant knock of 60 runs off 44 balls with four boundaries and a six to his credit.
Apart from his knock, the way 33-year-old right-hander reached the half-century with an amazing six. The video has gone viral among fans over social media within minutes of being shared.
Here’s the video of six from Virat Kohli to get his fifty against Pakistan
Virat Kohli has arrived with a bang pic.twitter.com/dH8FIqeaSN
— Cheeku. (@primeKohli) September 4, 2022
Notably, the Delhi batter was enduring a poor run of form with the bat for the last couple of years. He is back in the action in international cricket after a break of almost one month since the conclusion of the three-match T20I series against England.
He failed miserably on the England tour and couldn’t even score a single half-century with the bat. But the guy of 70 international centuries made a brilliant comeback for the team during the ongoing 15th edition of the Asia cup.
Pakistan is in an interesting run-chase against the men in blue
Discussing furthermore this match between India and Pakistan, then the Indians posted a total of 181 runs for the loss of seven wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Other than the half-century inning from Virat Kohli, skipper Rohit Sharma and senior batter KL Rahul also scored 28-runs each with the bat.
While chasing the target, Pakistan has scored 146 runs for the loss of four wickets in 16.5 overs so far. They have lost the wickets of skipper Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, and Mohammad Nawaz. Star batter Mohammad has got dismissed while this news is being written. Now, the men in green need 35 runs from 19 balls.
India will face the Sri Lankan team in their next match of the super-4 round of the tournament. Notably, Sri Lanka won their last match against Afghanistan with a margin of four wickets. So, it will be an interesting match to watch out for.