Virat Kohli has hit the headlines once again after his controversial mocking post the dismissal of David Warner in the second innings in the ongoing Ranchi test.
The 28-year old has been bold in his approach and had decided to give it back as he celebrated mocking his shoulder injury after Australia were put on to back foot by Ravindra Jadeja.
The visitors are in a difficult position at the end of Day 4 as they were reduced to 23/2 courtesy of a double blow from Jadeja. Virat Kohli’s injury has been the talking point of the test match so far, as Australian players Steve Smith and Glenn Maxwell were seen mocking the Indian skipper’s injury yesterday when he came on to bat.
Kohli, who was in an on and off-field battle with Australian skipper Steve Smith have decided to pay back some of the mocking Aussies have done throughout the match and it did not take much time for the onlookers to find what the skipper has done.
Here is how twitter reacted to Virat’s epic mocking to Australian team after the dismissal of David Warner.
— Prajakta Bhawsar (@Virats_Fangirl) March 19, 2017
Virat Kohli's celebration after Warner's wicket is pure gold! #IndvAus
— Rajarshi Majumdar (@manutdkolkata) March 19, 2017
Virat Kohli never misses the chance of mocking the opponent team as David Warner got bowled on Jadeja's Ball he did Maxwell Thing. #IndvAus
— Aditya Saha (@adityakumar480) March 19, 2017
Glenn Maxwell ka kya hoga kal😏😂
— Disha. (@Disha_Tweetx) March 19, 2017
That's the way to at with Aussies. Give em back their own taste. Good one there by Virat!
— Chandel (@vinaypsc) March 19, 2017
Forget Virat's celebration, real surprise was seeing Rahane celebrate like that!! This team loves a fight! Can't wait for the overseas leg!
— Arjun Dev (@arjun19dev) March 19, 2017
Virat makes watching test cricket so much fun. #INDvAUS
— Chandrakant (@ck777x) March 19, 2017
— Sudhansu Sahoo🇮🇳 (@sudhansusahoo13) March 19, 2017
On the Harbajan scale of being a wanker, Virat is close to going full Bhajji.. #INDvAUS
— Adam (@Adam_CF) March 19, 2017
This Celebration from Captain Fearless pic.twitter.com/DijWNY5bZq
— Virat Kohli (@ViratBomB) March 19, 2017