Watch: Virat Kohli Unimpressed After Spotting His Doppelganger In Stand
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Watch: Virat Kohli Unimpressed After Spotting His Doppelganger In Stand

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Virat Kohli's doppelganger(Credits: Twitter)

Virat Kohli and his teammates are currently busy playing against Australia in the ongoing third T20I at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney. The three-match T20I series has been already decided in India’s favour after the Men in Blue won the first two games.

The ongoing game is a dead rubber but it is still special for Australia as well as cricket in general. This is the first time since March or the COVID-19 outbreak that Australia allowed the stadiums to operate at full capacity. Earlier, the ODI series between the two teams saw the return of spectators although with restrictions.

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As expected, fans came out in large numbers to see their beloved stars on the cricket field. And among those fans, one fan who caught the attention was Virat Kohli’s doppelganger. The spectator was wearing Team India’s old jersey and had an uncanny resemblance to the India skipper.

His fellow spectators were enjoying his presence as the cameras focused at him during Australia’s innings. Not only that, another spectator was also seen carrying a poster which read: ‘Virat Kohli spotted’. Soon after showing the doppelganger, the cameras focused at Virat Kohli and going by his reaction, one can say that he was not at all impressed.

Here is a clip of the incident:

https://twitter.com/perth_169/status/1336235448411123712?fbclid=IwAR2DkI9TRHzdK2RyiBlSQd4iM9Aol_31o0yw5EcalkEKq2vxRyVW4-5foLg

Talking about the game, Australia were on 140 for 2 in the 16th over at the time of writing this report. Matthew Wade, who had scored a fifty in the previous game, impressed with the bat again and was batting on 70. Glenn Maxwell was giving him company on 35.

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