Australia vs India 2018: Watch – Virat Kohli’s Heart-Warming Gesture Ahead of the Opening Fixture
Team India skipper Virat Kohli had attracted a lot of criticism for his rough attitude on the cricket field, and a lot has been said about it prior to the series. However, Kohli didn’t pay heed to those comments as his kind gesture before the game won hearts of the spectators at the Gabba
Meanwhile, India have embarked their two-month-long tour with the T20Is on November 21 (Wednesday). Last time they tour Australia in 2016, they defeated the host 3-0 in the T20Is. They will look to replicate their effort and improve their rankings.
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However, they have set the tone right with their skipper Virat Kohli mingling with the Indian supporters at the boundary line. Kohli, who is returning to action after giving the T20I series against Windies a miss, shared autographs with young fans also happily posed for pictures.
BCCI, from his official Twitter handle, shared the video of Kohi which is undoubtedly going to change the notion about the Indian skipper.
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“Captain Kohli with a heart-warming gesture before the start of game at The Gabba
#TeamIndia #AUSvIND,” BCCI wrote while posting the video.
— BCCI (@BCCI) November 21, 2018
Meanwhile, Australia started well after Virat Kohli put them to bat first on a bouncy track. Aaron Finch and D’Arcy Short looked settled as they pounced on the loose deliveries. However, young left-arm pacer, Khaleel Ahmed was soon to struck dismissing Short to start the tour on a high.
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Chris Lynn tried to break free smashing four sixes, but it was Kuldeep Yadav, who had the last laugh removing skipper Finch and Lynn to have the Aussies at 88 for 3. India will look to restrict them within a short total and chase it convincingly.
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