Australia vs India 2018: Watch – Virat Kohli Signals Six After Dispatching a Bowler
Team India hold their final practice session on the eve of the opening fixture of the three-match T20I series against Australia at Brisbane. India, who are coming on the back of a series win, will be desperate to start the series on a high. In a bid to do so, their main man Virat Kohli smacked hard at the nets and was also enjoying his batting ahead of the first game.
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Meanwhile, it will be a golden opportunity for the visitors as Australia have struggled to produce results in the recent past. Their batters have failed miserably and India have quality bowlers who will look to cash in on that. Australia will be without their two main players, however, Virat Kohli is not ready to take things lightly.
On the eve of the game, Kohli admitted that they are not underestimating their opponents. Moreover, they will look to compete against the whole Australian team.
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“You can never underestimate any side, and we have come here to compete against the whole Australian team. We haven’t played Australia after everything that has happened so I cannot really say what the atmosphere is going to be on the ground like,” Kohli said.
The talismanic run-scorer, who has done the bulk of the scoring for India, will look to continue with his job. In a bid to do so, he was training hard at the nets. In the middle of his batting practice, Kohli, known for his jolly behaviour was seen signaling a six in a sarcastic way after thrashing a bowler hard.
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Virat Kohli will look to continue his sweet form and hand India a great start to this tour at the Gabba.
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