When Virat Kohli is on the field, the opposing team’s players are always in tension. The opposing team is always under pressure, whether Virat is in the crease to bat or to captain.
Cape Town: Virat Kohli (virat Kohli) When they are on the field, the players of the opposing team are always in tension. The opposing team is always under pressure, whether Virat is in the crease to bat or to captain. Cape Town test today (Cape Town Test) The same thing happened the next day. South Africans Temba Bawuma and Keegan Peterson formed a couple. They also had a 42-race partnership. At that time Mohammed Shamine (Mohamed Shami) The couple broke up. Shami may have taken the wicket, but it was Virat who inspired Shamila to go bowling that way.
Clap your hands
In the pre-break session at T, Virat generated excitement from all the fielders and bowlers. Virat even asked the players sitting on the bench to applaud. This video is going viral on social media. Virat told the players to keep clapping.
The magnificent bowling of Mohammad Shami
Just as Virat Kohli instilled enthusiasm in the players, so did the bowling game of the players. In ’56, Shamin fired Temba Bavuma with a beautiful outswinger. Bavuma was captured by Captain Kohli. With these sacks, Virat completed 100 sacks in Test cricket. Shortly after the Bavuma wicket, Shamin caught goalie-hitter Kyle Verene at Pantkarvi and gave India control of the match. Before the T-break, Jaspreet Bumrah downed Marco Janssen in a beautiful swinger to push South Africa back.
Kohli celebrates the wickets … he looks over at his excavated equipment and yells ‘Keep clapping guys … keep clapping’ and this goes on …
This guy just creates an amazing atmosphere at the match … pic.twitter.com/ens77zqg3M
– Kanav Bali🏏 (in Concussion__Sub) January 12, 2022
India got off to a great start on the second day. Bumrah took the wicket from Aiden Markram. After that, Umesh Yadav brought down Keshav Maharaj. Umesh also showed Duce the way to the store. From South Africa, Peterson scored 72 brilliant runs.