‘Two days for not flying the eagle, the sky…’, ex-veteran from India was convinced of Kohli’s innings

Virat Kohli was the hero of India’s victory in the match against Pakistan in Melbourne. The former Indian captain scored an unbeaten 82 from 53 balls in difficult conditions to win the almost lost match for the India team. After losing the toss, the Pakistani team, which came first at bat, scored 159 runs for 8 wickets in 20 overs. In response, India at one point lost four wickets for just 31 runs in the seventh over. However, despite this, Kohli gave Team India the victory.

Actually, at one point the Indian team was struggling to lose 4 wickets for 31 runs, but Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya took over the Indian team’s innings. After this tackle against Pakistan, Virat Kohli is trending on social media. Now former Indian player RP Singh tweeted about Virat Kohli which is going quite viral. RP Singh has written in the tweet that the sky does not belong to the pigeons if the eagle does not fly for two days! This RP Singh tweet about Virat Kohli is going more and more viral. Cricket fans are really liking this tweet from RP Singh.

At the same time, speaking of this match, aside from Virat Kohli, the multi-talented Hardik Pandya played an important inning of 40 runs on 37 balls. Hardik Pandya was sent off for Mohammad Nawaz in the last over of the match. Previously, Hardik Pandya also showed his bowling skills. The Indian all-rounder sacked 3 players for 30 runs in 4 overs. Apart from this, fast bowler Arshdeep Singh also had 3 hits. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami earned a 1-1 win.

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