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Kohli’s ‘Virat’ style shown in fielding against Bangladesh, caught flying, watch video

Kohli Stunning Catch Viral: In the first ODI match being played between India and Bangladesh, excellent fielding has been shown from both the teams. During the second innings, Virat Kohli surprised everyone by catching a spectacular catch. Kohli caught a great catch by Shabik Al Hasan. Kohli flew very high in the air to catch this catch. The video of his catch is going viral on social media.

Kohli caught this catch in the 24th over of the second innings. In this video going viral, you can see that Virat took a long jump to catch this catch. He caught the catch of Shakib Al Hasan off Washington Sundar. Bangladesh’s fourth wicket fell through this catch. Shakib returned to the pavilion after scoring 29 runs. He scored 29 runs in 38 balls for the team. A total of 3 fours were included in his innings.

Shakib dismissed Kohli

During the batting in the first innings, Virat Kohli was also a victim of Shakib Al Hasan. Bangladesh captain Litton Das made Kohli walk by catching a brilliant catch on Shakib’s ball. Virat Kohli proved to be a flop while batting in this match. But he maintained his fire in fielding. Kohli had scored just 9 runs in 15 balls in this match.

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how was the match

The Indian team, which came out to bat first in this match, was all out for just 186 runs in 41.2 overs. Apart from KL Rahul, all the batsmen proved unsuccessful. Rahul played an inning of 73 runs in 70 balls. His innings included a total of 5 fours and 4 sixes.

At the same time, Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan bowled brilliantly and took 5 wickets in 10 overs, spending only 36 runs. Apart from this, Ibadat Hussain took 4 wickets for 47 in 8.2 overs. At the same time, Mehdi Hasan Miraj also managed to take 1 wicket.

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