The Indian skipper Virat Kohli is usually known for his classy batting among the world cricket. But on the few occasions, he also impressed his fans with the ball. In the second semi-final of 2016 World T20 at Mumbai, Virat Kohli took the wicket on the very first ball of his over. The batsman was Johnson Charles, who easily caught by Rohit Sharma.
He bowls the 14th over of the match, at that time MS Dhoni was the skipper of the Indian team. Unfortunately, India lost that match in the last over and knocked out of the World Cup. Virat Kohli also bowls the last over of the match, but he was unable to stop the West Indies batsman to chase the target.
In that match, Virat Kohli played a brilliant innings of 89 runs off just 47 balls with the help of 11 fours and 1 six. The team India scored 192 runs in the 20 overs, which was still not enough for the MS Dhoni’s boys. The West Indies team easily chased the target with two balls remaining.
Here is the clip of that wicket:
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