India vs Leicestershire: Virat Kohli tried to imitate Joe Root’s magic, failed miserably, Video Viral

Virat Kohli is the former captain of Team India (File Pic)

Team India’s legendary batsman Virat Kohli’s practice match video is going viral in which he is seen copying former England captain Joe Root.

Virat Kohli, former captain of the Indian team and legendary batsman (Virat Kohli) Currently playing practice matches in Leicester. He handled the scattered innings of Team India, but during this time he did something on the field, after which he is being ridiculed a lot on social media. Former England Test captain during Kohli match Joe Root (Joe Root) Tried to copy it and it failed miserably. Fans are fiercely sharing this video of Kohli on social media.

Kohli’s video went viral

The video of Joe Root became quite viral during the Test match being played between New Zealand and England. In this video, he was seen balancing on the field without touching his bat. Fans were calling it magic, although later its real reason was also revealed.

Kohli failed to copy Root

Kohli also tried to do something like this during the practice match but he failed miserably. The video of Kohli is going viral in which he is standing on the field and trying to balance his bat. Although he could not do so. Kohli’s video is now becoming quite viral in which he was seen copying the route.

Root was not magic

There was no magic in Joe Root’s video, this whole game was hidden in his bat. The bat that Root uses has a flat toe. There is not even the slightest twist in it. Apart from this, the toe of Root’s bat is also wide and for this reason his balance is also excellent. This is the reason that Joe Root’s bat can be raised without support. He played a brilliant innings with this bat. Joe Root also completed 10,000 Test runs during his century inning with 12 fours.

Virat Kohli is looking in good rhythm in the practice match. He scored 32 runs in 60 balls before the game was stopped due to rain. He hit four fours and a six. Kohli handled the scattered innings of the team. India took five wickets on a total score of 81 runs. This practice match was stopped twice due to rain.