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ENG vs IND 2022: “16 (25) Incoming” – Twitter User Predicts Virat Kohli’s Score Perfectly, Leaves The Fans Shocked

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Indian cricketer Virat Kohli’s lean patch continued in ongoing India’s tour of England on Thursday, July 14 at the Lord’s Cricket Stadium in London. He was dismissed cheaply for sixteen runs in the second ODI against England. Virat Kohli has not been able to play an impactful inning so far on the tour. He failed to contribute much in the Test as well as the T20I series.

In the second ODI, Virat Kohli was looking uncomfortable against David Willey and finally succumbed to the pressure. He nicked a good length outside off stump delivery to wicket-keeper Jos Buttler in the twelfth over of the second innings. Kohli chased the delivery away from his body to defend but ended up edging it due to a bit of extra bounce. He managed sixteen runs from his 25-deliveries stay at the crease.

Interestingly, a Twitter user had made an accurate prediction of Virat Kohli’s score before the right-handed batter’s dismissal. At 10.00 PM, @Hitting_Middle wrote on his Twitter handle, “Kolly 16 (25) incoming.” The accurate prediction left the fans amused.

Virat Kohli missed the first ODI match against England due to a groin injury. He replaced Shreyas Iyer in the playing XI for the second game. So far Virat Kohli has scored 59 runs on India’s tour of England, 2022 in five innings.

India loses by 100 runs in the second ODI against England

Team India lost the second ODI against England by 100 runs on Thursday, July 14 at the Lord’s Cricket Stadium. Bowling first, India bowled England out for 246 runs on the back of Yuzvendra Chahal’s four-wicket-haul. The spinner finished the innings with figures of 4/47 in ten overs.

In reply, Reece Topley took 6/24 in the second innings to bowl India out for a paltry 146. The middle and the lower-middle order chipped in with a few runs, but overall the Indian team put up a disappointing batting show. The three-match ODI series is equaled at 1-1 after the first two games. The decider will take place on July 17, Sunday at the Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester.

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