Indian cricket team captain(Virat Kohli) is not part of the 3-day practice match being played with County Select XI. Actually, Kohli did not play in this match due to back pain the evening before the match, but now there is good news for the fans of the Indian captain. Kohli is now fully fit and on Wednesday he came out to practice in the nets, the video of which has been shared by the BCCI.
Virat Kohli showed action on the field
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Good news has come for the fans. Virat Kohli, who is on the tour of England, may not be playing the match against the County Select XI, but he is now fully fit and is seen practicing in the nets. On Wednesday, BCCI shared a video, in which Kohli is seen hitting the balls in the nets.
He played a stellar cover drive, straight drive and even reverse sweep shots. Kohli took an aggressive approach especially against the spinners. Now in such a situation, it can be said that Kohli can be included in the playing XI of the second practice match.
Hundred drought may end in England series
Team India, captained by Virat Kohli, has to play a 5-match Test series with England from August 4. Everyone is very excited for this series. Actually, the last time India won a series in England under the captaincy of Rahul Dravid was in 2007, but now India has a good chance to capture the Test series, as they have got a lot of preparation time in English conditions.
At the same time, all eyes will be on Captain Kohli. The run machine bat has not scored a century for almost 2 years, in such a situation, now the drought of century with his bat on English soil can end. The last time India went to England in 2018, India may have lost the series, but Virat scored 593 runs in 5 matches, which included 2 centuries and 3 half-centuries. Once again Kohli would like to repeat that performance.