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When The Rock entered the field, Kohli welcomed the injured Bumrah in a unique way

Entertainment is sure to happen when Virat Kohli is on the field. Sometimes he keeps the hearts of the fans while batting and sometimes during the fielding. Sometimes they get angry and sometimes they sled. Scenes of happily waving hands and feet in the air are also common. Overall you can’t keep them out of action. One such sight was seen on the third day of the first Test against South Africa, when the injured Jasprit Bumrah returned to the field.

Actually, on Tuesday, Bumrah got injured while bowling at SuperSport Park. In the 11th over of the first innings, he injured his right ankle, after which Indian team physio Nitin Patel reached the ground and took him off the field for treatment. Shreyas Iyer was called to field in his place. There was a fear that what would happen if Bumrah’s injury was serious, but after a while something happened that surprised everyone.

When Bumrah enters the field again after the treatment in the dressing room, Kohli looks very excited. Virat says, ‘Finally, the rock has come back.’ His words are captured on the stump mic. Now the entire video is becoming fiercely viral on the internet. Actually, that is the famous line of WWE, on which The Rock used to enter the ring.

Had Bumrah been there, he would have played the band of South Africa.
The visiting team’s batsmen were not able to stay on the crease, yet they were lucky that their total reached close to 200. In fact, Bumrah, who dismissed Elgar on the fifth ball of the innings, remained out of the field for most of the innings due to a twisted ankle. Bumrah got out injured during his sixth side and returned to the field in the 61st over of the innings. He bowled two overs after his return and also took a wicket. Had he not been injured, the hosts might not even have reached this score.


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