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Video: Kohli’s bat answered again, ‘Net Bowler’ got out and was surprised

In 2018, the Indian team went on a tour of South Africa. In Johannesburg, some local bowlers were called to bowl in net practice to Team India. He had two twin brothers. One of them, a 17-year-old, had troubled Indian international cricketers a lot. Now you are thinking why are we talking about 2018 tour and net bowler here? So let us tell you that the same net bowler Marco Jensen dismissed Virat Kohli for 18 runs in the second innings of the Centurion Test.

Virat Kohli lost his wicket on the first ball of the first over after lunch on the fourth day of the Boxing Day Test. Debut star Marco’s ball was coming out of the off-stump after hitting a good length and Kohli stuck the bat. The rest of the work was completed by Quinton de Kock standing behind the wicket. Took a direct catch of Kohli very easily. Kohli looked shocked after getting out. He stood there for some time.

The last two years have been a struggle for Virat Kohli. He scored his last century against Bangladesh in 2019. Since then he could not play any big innings. Talking about the Centurion Test, here he was similar in the first innings as well.

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Talking about 2021, Kohli scored 536 runs in 11 Tests at an average of just 28.21. During this, he had 4 half-centuries to his name, while the best score was 72. Due to poor form, he had to leave the captaincy of the T20 team, while later the BCCI decided to remove him from the captaincy of ODIs as well.
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It is noteworthy that India scored 174 runs in their second innings and set a target of 305 runs in front of South Africa. India had taken a 130-run lead after bowling out South Africa for 197 in the first innings after scoring 327 runs. Rishabh Pant scored 34 runs in the second innings for India. For South Africa, Kagiso Rabada and Marco Jensen took four wickets each while Lungi Ngidi took two wickets.


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