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WTC Final, IND Vs NZ: Virat Kohli Bowls, Rishabh Pant Smashes Ton In Simulation Game - Watch Video Here

The inaugural WTC final between Indian and New Zealand is scheduled to be held in Southampton from June 18-22.

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WTC Final, IND Vs NZ: Virat Kohli Bowls, Rishabh Pant Smashes Ton In Simulation Game - Watch Video Here
Skipper Virat Kohli bowled his gentle seam up stuff to KL Rahul during Indian team's intra-squad match simulation.
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WTC Final, IND Vs NZ: Virat Kohli Bowls, Rishabh Pant Smashes Ton In Simulation Game - Watch Video Here
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2021-06-12T21:01:33+05:30

The flamboyant Rishabh Pant took his senior bowling colleagues to the cleaners with an unbeaten century while opener Shubman Gill also warmed up with a polished 85 during the Indian team's intra-squad match simulation over the last two days. (More Cricket News)

The two teams are being led by Virat Kohli and KL Rahul with all the first team batsmen packed in one side and the regular bowlers on the other, with reserves like Rahul, Wriddhiman Saha and Hanuma Vihari.

Pant, who has been in the form of his life, hammered every bowler including the spinners in his unbeaten 121 off 94 balls.
Opening the batting with Rohit Sharma, Gill scored 85 off 135 balls.

Pant's sparkling knock and Gill getting into the rhythm augur well for the Indians who are expected to play another short intra-squad simulation game in the coming days.


It is learnt that the first team batsmen had multiple opportunities to bat even after getting out as it was match simulation.

Kohli's team was only troubled by veteran pacer Ishant Sharma who returned the best figures of 3 for 36.

On the second day, the BCCI uploaded video footage of skipper Kohli rolling his arm over after a long time, bowling his gentle seam up stuff to Rahul.


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