WATCH : Virat Kohli Asks Fans To Stop Chanting ‘RCB, RCB’ During Delhi Test


Virat Kohli is a very popular cricket player. Whenever he plays, fans go crazy over him. Recently, he was at the Arun Jaitley stadium for a cricket match against Australia. He was at the slips, and he heard the crowd chanting “RCB, RCB.”

However, after hearing this, Kohli quickly showed them his India jersey and asked them to cheer for India instead. The chants changed from “RCB, RCB” to “India-India” on the third day of the match too. Virat Kohli helped India win the Delhi Test against Australia by scoring 44 and 20. This helped India take a 2-0 lead and keep the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

Captain Rohit Sharma said that it was a great win for the team, especially considering how things were going yesterday. He said that the bowlers did a great job, and that the team was able to finish the job with the bat.

Our team’s idea was to play the game as it would be played in these conditions, waiting for the other team to make a mistake. That’s exactly what happened, and we were able to take advantage of it. There are a lot of opportunities to score in the first session, but the game slows down later on and there is not as much action.

Our focus was to keep the game close in the morning, and our players are very good at bowling in these conditions. (Game-changing moment) We had a very good partnership between Jadeja and Virat, and then Axar-Ash did a great job too. This makes our team very balanced, and it helps us to win the game.


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