Virat Kohli emulates Sacred Games’ “Aham Brahmashami”

Virat Kohli emulates Sacred Games' "Aham Brahmashami"

Virat Kohli emulates Sacred Games' "Aham Brahmashami" (pi Source :twitter)

At the end of day one of the first test, India were in a good position. They didn’t lose any wickets an score 202 runs in the first inning. Rohit Sharma was batting on 115 runs while Mayank Agarwal was batting on 84 runs at the end of day one. In this match, India won the toss and opted to bat first. During the first day, BCCI posted a video their official Instagram page, Indian cricket team. After this people started to say that Virat Virat Kohli emulates Sacred Games’ “Aham Brahmashami”

“When you know you are in a good position at the moment ????????‍♂️????????‍♂️???? Caption this #TeamIndia #INDvSA,” the post read. Most of the fans come up with hilarious captions. They said it was sacred games’ “Aham Brahmashami” posture which Virat Kohli was trying out.

Here the Video

https://www.instagram.com/p/B3G6JQ1gQkJ/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Rohit Sharma at the end of the first day

“I wanted to take the opportunity, and that’s why I made the management aware of it. I am grateful to them for providing me with the opportunity, and I am happy I could score runs,” Rohit told reporters after the end of the day’s play.

“I was very clear in my mind what I wanted to do. The new ball will always do a bit in the initial overs — whether it’s red ball or white.

“I have played cricket in India for a long time now, and that’s why I was aware of the conditions and knew that once you get past the first ten overs, it becomes difficult to get wickets. And it becomes easier to score runs.

“This was my plan to tackle the new ball and then stick to what I had planned. Backing myself and my game was most important for me because it was all I had in my mind,” he added.

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