A childhood pose of Virat Kohli gained widespread attention when the cricketer recreated it for an ad shoot. Virat Kohli, one of the top cricketers globally, boasts incredible talent and unwavering consistency, which has garnered him a massive fan base worldwide.
Whether in the cricketing arena or his personal life, fans keep a close eye on his activities. As a result, it’s quite common for any video or picture of the batting maestro to quickly become a viral sensation.
Virat Kohli’s childhood pose recreation goes viral online
Most recently, a childhood pose of Kohli gained widespread attention after he recreated it during an advertising shoot. You can view the image here:
Virat Kohli recreating his childhood pose.
Moment of the day! pic.twitter.com/bgs6xMxguP
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) September 25, 2023
Kohli is presently not participating in cricket matches, as he, along with several other senior team members, was given a break during the initial two ODIs of the three-match series against Australia. However, he is set to return to the team for the last game.
Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill each scored centuries, propelling India to a commanding 99-run victory over Australia (via DLS method) in the rain-affected second ODI. Their partnership of 200 runs for the second wicket laid the foundation for India’s total of 399-5 after being asked to bat in Indore.
Stand-in captain KL Rahul contributed 52, and Suryakumar Yadav, known for his T20 performances, added an unbeaten 72, further bolstering the substantial score. India’s bowlers then collaborated to secure an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. These matches serve as preparation for the upcoming World Cup in India, commencing on October 5.
Team India captain Rohit Sharma and star batter Kohli are set to return for the final ODI in Rajkot, creating some selection challenges for the team.
“It (selection) is the headache of the coach and Rohit…whoever gets picked has a job to do,” said stand-in skipper Rahul. “Sitting out can be hard after scoring a lot of runs but everyone has been through that.”
In pursuit of a DLS-adjusted target of 317 within 33 overs due to rain interruptions during their chase, Australia’s innings concluded at 217 in 28.2 overs. Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, the spinners, each claimed three wickets.