IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli hits Joe root as he played on Day 3, video went viral | IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli hits Joe Root during the match! Video goes viral on social media

New Delhi: The final match of the four-game series between India and England (IND vs ENG) is played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. On the third day of this match, India completely dominated England. But in the second session of the day, there was something to see that the fans had the chance to laugh out loud.

Virat hits the ball instead of the wicket

In fact, in the second session of the third day of the match, England captain Joe Root was at bat. Then Joe Root took a shot and the ball went straight to Virat Kohli. As soon as Virat Kohli picked up the ball and threw it towards the keeper, he went really fast and went straight to Joe Root’s foot. Root (Joe Root) jumped into the air as soon as the ball hit, after which Kohli apologized to him as well.

Virat wants Joe Root’s box office

#INDvsENG # ViratKohlipic.twitter.com / aHidJEA5Jk

– KOHLI ONCE A KING ALWAYS A KING !!!!!! (@ imkohlivirat_18) March 6, 2021

Video goes viral on social media

As soon as Virat Kohli hit Joe Root, a video of that moment went fiercely viral on social media. People are giving a really funny reaction when watching this video. However, after the ball was delivered, there was no heat between Root (Joe Root) and Virat Kohli and the two laughed and talked to each other.

Ouch !! It must have hurt.

Joe Root said, “Virat, come on man!” # INDvENG #INDvENG #ViratKohli #JoeRoot pic.twitter.com/ET9A821OZX

– OneCricket (@OneCricketApp) March 6, 2021

India are set to win the match

India are set to win the fourth test played against England at Narendra Modi Stadium. In response to England’s 205s in the opening innings, India scored 365 points. For India, Rishabh Pant scored 101 points, while Washington Sundar scored 96 undefeated points. In the second set, the England team lost 6 wickets for 30 overs and they only have 78 points. England still have 82 points behind India.

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