Twitter reactions on Virat Kohli’s net session: Twitter was thrilled to see Indian captain’s batting in the net session.
There is no hiding to the fact that India captain Virat Kohli is in the form of his life. His inhuman form has snowballed his status in world cricket to an extent that it seems that the whole of Australia is finding ways to counter him in the upcoming Test series.
While the current players and team management must be jotting down strategies to keep Kohli’s bat quite in the series, the former cricketers such as Dean Jones, Ricky Ponting, Jason Gillespie and others have also lent their suggestions on how Australia can restrict the opposition captain.
With numerous advises coming in from all corners of Australia, it is but obvious that even they are varying in nature. Keeping a track of the same, for a moment, one forgets that there are other 10 Indian players, who might also cause damage in the series.
Despite his bat being on an unstoppable spree, Kohli said in a press conference on the eve of the match that India won’t take Australia in Australia for granted. The 30-year old right-hand batsman also spoke about the opposition possessing the required ‘skill sets’ to dominate in their own backyard.
Talking of skill sets, Kohli himself has to his name arguably the best of the same in world cricket at the moment. In which was supposed to be just another net session, it ended up being an exhibition for the way Kohli batted was a treat to watch for all, former and current cricketers.
The 60-second long video saw Kohli smashing the ball during his stint in the net. From nailing the pull shot to stepping out to play the aerial shot against the spinners, Kohli was at his utter best. As mentioned in the caption of the video posted by cricket.com.au, it should only be watched with earphones for what will follow then will be a delight to watch.
Watch the full video below:
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 4, 2018
Kohli’s form invited numerous Twitter reactions from all round the globe. Watch them below:
You think his middling a few😳😃
— Allan Donald (@AllanDonald33) December 4, 2018
He is so focussed. The man can bat!
— Grant Elliott (@grantelliottnz) December 4, 2018
— Jim Wilson (@JimWilsonTV) December 4, 2018
Music to my ears
— Jarryd Lyons (@jlyons_31) December 4, 2018
— Marcel Brache (@brache87) December 4, 2018
Couldn’t even pretend I’m not on Virat for a second
— Heath R Tessmann (@heathtessmann) December 4, 2018
25 seconds. Shot of the video. Reminds me of a young me
— Jonathon Lance (@jonno_lance) December 4, 2018
He preparing for 20/20?? Keep it on the deck, play the V, never run in a miss field etc I reckon Blaine.
— Matthew Wright (@11Mwright) December 5, 2018
Showing off #goindia
— Blaine Boekhorst (@bboekhorst12) December 5, 2018
— Adam Gilchrist (@gilly381) December 4, 2018
I get the sense he is in the mood !!!!! https://t.co/8YDOSoIr25
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) December 4, 2018
🙀 Boom! 👑🙌🏼 https://t.co/fMiG780W6G
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) December 5, 2018
Don’t think it used to sound like that off my bat….🤭😂 https://t.co/a9JnjEEvpC
— Paul Collingwood (@Colly622) December 4, 2018
This player @imVkohli is No Doubt NOT from this planet! Excellent Skills, Great Talent improving and evolving every single day! Prime example for the batters to watch and learn from his playing cricket and training, practicing Ethics! https://t.co/3BLtCEwK5U
— Faisal Iqbal🏏🇵🇰 (@FaisalIqbalCric) December 4, 2018
— Sam Billings (@sambillings) December 4, 2018
😱…. Look out 🇦🇺 ❗
Nice idea by the way to start the series in Adelaide! https://t.co/dpYDbEWgpn
— Mike Haysman (@MikeHaysman) December 4, 2018
— Isa Guha (@isaguha) December 4, 2018
— Mariko Hill (@MarikoHill) December 4, 2018
Wowee! 😍😍😍 https://t.co/vTPfcsCRIa
— Anna Lanning (@annalanning) December 4, 2018