WATCH : Virat Kohli Gets Angry On KS Bharat After a Close Run-out Survival

The fourth day of play is underway in the fourth Test match between India and Australia. In the first session, Team India lost their first wicket in the form of Ravindra Jadeja. Team India’s batsman Virat Kohli is playing brilliantly and steadily advancing towards his century.

After Jadeja’s dismissal, K.S. Bharat, who is playing his debut series, seemed a bit uncomfortable and struggled to score runs against the Kangaroo bowlers. He seemed to lack confidence, which was evident when he almost got Virat Kohli run out. Despite this, Virat Kohli got furious with him and Bharat had to face his anger.

In response to Australia’s score of 480 runs, team India is moving ahead with strength. In the first innings, Shubman Gill played a splendid century for India. Meanwhile, their star player Virat Kohli is showing great form. After a long time, Virat is gradually approaching his 28th Test century. At this time, he is on the crease with KS Bharat, who made his international debut in this series.

However, KS Bharat is struggling a bit. This is the reason that Virat Kohli has not been able to connect with him on many occasions. Virat Kohli was lucky once and narrowly escaped being run out. In fact, on Todd Murphy’s delivery, Virat pushed the ball towards the square leg and ran for a single, but KS Bharat, who was standing at the non-striker end, first ran and then stopped Virat on the half-pitch. This made Virat Kohli angry and he shouted at Bharat.

In regards to reaching the final of the World Test Championship, this match is considered very important for Team India. On the other hand, the Australian team has already qualified for the final of the World Test Championship. If India wants to qualify directly, they will have to win this match at all costs. Team India will have to score a big total in their first innings on the fourth day and also create a decent lead so they can put pressure on the Kangaroos. Currently, Virat Kohli and K.S. Bharat are present.

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