Virat Kohli made a lovely gesture that many people missed after defeating Bangladesh to win the Player of the Match title.
India defeated Bangladesh by seven wickets in Pune on Thursday night thanks to batting prodigy Virat Kohli, who amassed 103 not out, his 48th ODI century. India’s chase maestro performed admirably once more as the team chased down Bangladesh’s 257-run goal in 41.3 overs. Additionally, it was India’s fourth tournament victory in a row. While Kohli’s century stole the show, Shubman Gill (53), and Rohit Sharma (48) also made an impression with the bat.
After the game, though, Kohli made a lovely gesture that many people missed.
When the host mispronounced Kohli’s name as one of the players from India’s 2011 World Cup-winning team to participate in the 2023 mega tournament, Kohli, who had earned the Player of the Match award against Bangladesh, corrected him.
“This is not your first World Cup victory. The host added, “It seems that only you, the guy in the changing room, understand what it’s like.”
Additionally, Ash. The presenter was promptly corrected by Kohli, “Just the two of us from 2011.”