After the emergence of social media, almost every celebrity figure has become a meme material for the users of it. The latest fodder is South Africa’s wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock, who had a tough time behind the stumps on Day 4 of the ongoing Test match. Meanwhile, Yuzvendra Chahal trolls the youngster in a unique way.
Quinton de Kock had a tough time behind the stumps:
While keeping to Kagiso Rabada, Quinton de Kock had faced a tough time with the ball keeping pretty low to the usual. During the course, Rabada was successful in picking the edge of Pujara a couple of times but on both occasions, the ball flew in between the keeper Quinton de Kock and Faf du Plessis, which left everyone in splits.
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Meanwhile, Quinton de Kock was in laughs while he was down on the ground. The cameraman was smart enough in taking the picture of him, which was very similar to that of Yuzvendra Chahal’s viral photo of carrying drinks in his own swag style. The picture somehow reached Chahal, who kept that in his Instagram story.
Coming to the match report on Day 4, after starting the day with 117 runs trailing, the Indian bowlers removed the remaining couple of wickets in a flash to hand the advantage to the home side. Later, the wicket of Mayank Agarwal saw the game is firmly in the balance. However, Rohit Sharma has got other ideas in the mind.
The nonchalant batsman has collected boundaries more often than not and kept the scorecard ticking at a good run rate. Though Cheteshwar Pujara was playing his own kind of defensive game, Rohit Sharma always looked to get runs for the team.
In reply to the chase, the Indian team got the perfect start, as Ravindra Jadeja took the main wicket of South Africa in the form of Dean Elgar. At the end of the stumps on Day 4, Aiden Markram and Bruyn are at the crease with 3 and 5 respectively. Ravindra Jadeja picked one wicket while Ravichandran Ashwin was very economical.