Former Indian captain Virat Kohli literally played the best knock of his cricketing career during the game against Pakistan in the Super 12 of the ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
The right-handed batsman unleashed his true colors by scoring 82 off 53 balls where he constructed his innings with the help of six fours and four sixes to his lofty standards of punching and counter-punching techniques.
The 33-year-old Indian stalwart assessed the conditions ever so well and reaped rewards. His stupendous knock steered Team India to a memorable win over Pakistan in Melbourne.
Pakistani journalist makes a big blunder on Twitter while trying to take a dig at Kohli
Meanwhile, Pakistani journalist Komal See committed a huge blunder on a post while trying to take a swipe at former Indian skipper Virat Kohli.
It all started when the sports journalist posted an image of ICC showing the statistics of players with best batting average in the history of T20 World Cups. However, the average was calculated with a minimum of 200 balls.
The sports journalist came up with a caption to the post which reads, “Just look at number of matches of Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan”.
In response, one of the followers tried to highlight the importance of Virat Kohli’s batting average as he wrote, “Just look at the average of Virat Kohli”. Meanwhile, the sports journalist decided to come up with a reply.
She wrote, “Look at number of matches Kohli played”. Perhaps she literally had no idea or clue whatsoever regarding the difference between the total number of matches played and the batting average.
Meanwhile, fans who came across the post on social media cannot stop from passing hilarious remarks in the comments section. Fans took a swipe at the Pakistani journalist on Twitter.
— Out Of Context Cricket (@GemsOfCricket) October 28, 2022