Virat Kohli, David Warner’s Banter Over ‘Collection of Bats’ Leaves Fans in Splits
Indian and Australian players are big rivals in the cricket ground but off the field, they are quite different from their nature than on the field. Their relation can be witnessed from the recent chat between Virat Kohli and David Warner on Instagram which has also entertained the fans.
Australian opening batsman Warner is a social media savvy who keeps updating his followers through his interesting posts. In the recent Instagram post, he shared the picture of his collection of 18 bats on Instagram. Soon after, Kohli pulled the leg of the Australian cricketer.
“Stock-taking time”, David Warner Captioned with the picture shared
And you wanted one more bat from me,” Virat Kohli commented on Warner’s Instagram post.
“@virat.kohli as I said I need just one,” Warner replied with laughing emojis.
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This is not the first time Kohli and Warner have entertained the fans. Aussies player has also taken time to comment on pictures of the Indian skipper.
David Warner smashes century against India:
Meanwhile, Warner had given an outstanding performance against India in the recently-concluded three-match ODI series. In the first ODI match at Mumbai, he scored a spectacular ton. In this match, India was defeated brutally as no Indian bowler was able to pick the wicket of Aussie batter in Mumbai.
The first ODI match was the biggest ever defeat of India against Australia as Men in Blue lost the game by 10 wickets.
But Aussie’s opener could not repeat his show in the other two games. In the second and third ODI matches, Warner scored 15 and three respectively. While Kohli and Co. made a strong comeback as India went on to win the three-match ODI series with a 2-1 margin.
Also, Virat Kohli was awarded as the Man of the Series award for his incredible show with the bat.
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