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AUS Vs IND, 2nd T20I: Sensational Virat Kohli Makes Fans Wonder If Who's Batting For India - WATCH

Virat Kohli, known for his love for technically correct shots, played an outlandish scoop shot during India's win over Australia in the second T20I match in Sydney

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AUS Vs IND, 2nd T20I: Sensational Virat Kohli Makes Fans Wonder If Who's Batting For India - WATCH
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AUS Vs IND, 2nd T20I: Sensational Virat Kohli Makes Fans Wonder If Who's Batting For India - WATCH
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2020-12-06T20:19:45+05:30

India beat Australia by six wickets in the second T20I match at SCG, Sydney on Sunday to take the series 2-0. During the match, skipper Virat Kohli played a sensational shot to leave fans and pundits stunned.

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Kohli, one of the most refined batsmen who loves to play technically correct shots, sat down on one knee and scooped the ball for a six. It's one shot made famous by Kohli's team-mate at Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL. And rightly, that six against Andre Tye reminded fans of the former South Africa captain AB de Villiers.

READ: Proud That India Won Series Without Rohit, Bumrah - Kohli

Celebrated commentator Harsh Bhogle took to Twitter and asked, "When was the last time you saw that!!"

Well, watch it here:

And compare here:

And here are some reactions:

Kohli scored 40 off 24 balls, with the help of two fours and two sixes, as India chased down Australia's 194/5 with relative ease.

Hardik Pandya (42 off 22), Shikhar Dhawan (52 off 36) and KL Rahul (30 off 22) also played their parts with the bat even as T Natarajan, playing only his third international match, lead India's bowling attack.


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