WATCH: Rohit Sharma gets frustrated at Virat Kohli; Video goes viral; Fans make funny comments

Rohit Sharma gets frustated at Virat Kohli: England skipper Joe Root won the toss and put India to bat in the 1st innings of the 4th test match at Kennigton, Oval. India were bowled out for 191 after being put to bat. Chris Woakes on his return picked up four wickets. England scored 53 runs losing 3 wickets at the end of Day 1. Umesh Yadav picked up the precious wicket of Joe Root at the end of the day. While Jasprit Bumrah dismissed Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed.

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Virat Kohli has been often seen taking assistance from Rohit Sharma for several decisions on the pitch. Both the players are extremely experienced. Rohit’s suggestions often work wonders for the Indian team. A video of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli is circulating in the internet where both are seen talking to each other. Cricket Fans are making funny comments on the video.

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In the beginning of the video, Virat Kohli is seen talking to Rohit Sharma at the slips. Rohit clearly wasn’t happy with something. Rohit was seen pointing his hand somewhere and was explaining something to Kohli. Although Rohit looked frustrated but Virat Kohli was seen smiling.

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Ravi Shastri in an interaction with Times Now opened about the alleged rift between the two players.
“I never saw it. So, when people used to ask me like this, I say what you have seen I have not seen. Hamesha taalmel acha hai (the co-ordination has always been there). I have never seen it affecting the team. If I see an effect in the team, I will say on Virat or Rohit’s face that this is not on and you have to look at things differently. But not once have I seen it impacting the team from day 1. I am a person who says what I want,” Shastri told Times Now.

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