In the second Test match played against South Africa in Centurion, Virat kohli led team India are on backfoot. The team gave away three wickets for 35 runs in the second innings on the fourth day. Now it will be difficult to achieve the target of 287 runs. Former Indian explosive batsman Virender Sehwag who is famous for his witty comments on micro-blogging site Twitter has once again came with a video.
Sehwag said in a video tweet that there is something similar to this in the Centurion today. Indeed, Sehwag, who is famous for his funny tweet, has a quote clipping of the movie 'Lagaan', he has quipped Team India on the fifth and final day of the match. Cheteshwar Pujara (11) and Parthiv Patel (5) were not out on the crease until the fourth day's play was over. India still needs 252 runs to win.
Other players have also responded on Twitter after having lost their first match in the three-Test series, due to a difficult situation in Team India's second Test. People lost the hope when Indian skipper got out early.
Mohammed Kaif tweeted after Kohli's dismissal and wrote, “Unfortunately it's all over. Kohli gone, India gone.”
Unfortunately it's all over. Kohli gone, India gone .— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) January 16, 2018
Cricket commentator Akash Chopra has also written on Twitter. While Sachin Tendulkar writes, “Important innings played by @imVkohli. If we bowl well, we have a chance to do something special. Come on guys!!”
Here is the viral video Tweeted by Sehwag:
India have to hope for this today in Centurion ! pic.twitter.com/IBbOWnvGrp— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) January 17, 2018