Indian National Cricket team skipper Virat Kohli appeared on Chahal TV hosted by Yuzvendra Chahal on bcci.tv following his match-winning knock at Adelaide on Tuesday against Australia.

Chasing a stiff target of 299 runs, India started the on a high unlike the other day as Shikhar Dhawan, and Rohit Sharma looked on song. Both struck fluent boundaries and are putting the pressure on Australia’s bowlers to notch 27 runs in just five overs. Although Dhawan (32) departed Rohit and Virat Kohli looked ominous. However, an untimely wicket of Rohit Sharma once again put India on the backfoot.

MS Dhoni announces his arrival

But Kohli took control of the game on his hands as he paced the innings beautifully. He designed his knock mostly with ones and two stitching partnerships with Ambati Rayudu and MS Dhoni. However, Kohli departed soon after reaching his 39th century at mid-wicket leaving the game wide open. The former skipper who received a lot of flak for his slow knock in Sydney anchored the innings beautifully to steer India home as he announces his arrival ahead of the World Cup.

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Previously,  the hosts once again produced a brilliant effort with the bat in the second fixture after opting to bat first. Even with Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s impressive bowling at the death, Australia have scored 93 off the final 10. They have posted a good score on board, especially after the wobbly start that they had. Shaun Marsh, drawing confidence from a fifty in the previous game, kicked on for more significant things today to lead Australia’s recovery from 26 for 2.
Their first burst of momentum came from targetting debutant Mohammed Siraj, which set things rolling for the hosts. The others in the lineup played around Marsh well. Glenn Maxwell, who batted at No 7 played some shots down the order to propel Australia to a good score.
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Following the six-wicket victory at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Virat Kohli appeared on Yuzvendra Chahal’s show. Jokingly calling his appearance his “career’s biggest honour,” Virat Kohli spoke of MS Dhoni, India’s victory in Adelaide and much more. Meanwhile, in the last episode, it was the centurion from Sydney Rohit Sharma, who appeared on the show.

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