Video: Virat Kohli took revenge from Shakib, caught a surprising catch flying in the air
Virat Kohli did not show anything special with the bat in the first ODI match being played against Bangladesh, but was successful in making headlines with his fielding.
Virat Kohli showed his nimble style. (AFP photo)
Virat Kohli has convinced the whole world with his excellent batting. He is counted among the best batsmen of the present time. The Indian team is playing the first ODI against Bangladesh in Mirpur. in this match Kohli He could not do wonders with the bat and but he did a great job with his fielding and played a big role in returning Bangladesh’s main batsman Shakib Al Hasan to the pavilion.
Batting first in this match, India scored only 186 runs. Kohli scored just nine runs and Liton Das took his brilliant catch off the bowling of Shakib Al Hasan. Similarly, Kohli ended his innings by taking the catch of Shakib.
one handed catch
Off-spinner Washington Sundar was bowling the 24th over. He bowled the ball to Shakib on the third ball of the innings. Sundar bowls the ball short on the off stump. Shakib tries to hit it over cover. But could not connect the ball properly. Kohli was standing on extra covers. The ball was going from his right side. But Kohli dived to his right and leapt in the air to take a brilliant one-handed catch.
Shakib was also surprised to see this catch. He also did not believe for some time that Kohli had taken the catch. At the same time, the teammates of Team India also expressed surprise over this catch of Kohli.
What an athlete Virat Kohli is. Simply stunningpic.twitter.com/ohVb46B8pl
— Ratnadeep (@_ratna_deep) December 4, 2022
Shakib did wonders with the ball
Shakib Faced 38 balls in this match and scored 29 runs with the help of three fours. Of course, Shakib could not show much with the bat, but he troubled the Indian batsmen a lot with his spin. Shakib made five Indian batsmen his victims. Apart from Kohli, he took the wickets of Rohit Sharma, Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur, Deepak Chahar. Shakib took five wickets for 36 runs in his quota of 10 overs. Apart from him, Ibadat Hussain took four wickets. Mehedi Hasan Miraj took one wicket.