Viral Video: This video of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli spread like wildfire on social media, what is special in it?

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Virat scored a half-century in the second innings of the Centurion Test.

Rohit and Kohli (Photo Source: twitter)

The Boxing Day Test match was recently played between South Africa and India at the Super Sports Park in Centurion. In this match, the Indian team had to face defeat by an innings and 32 runs. After this defeat, Team India’s dream of winning the Test series in South Africa was also shattered. Let us tell you that till date India has not been able to win the Test series in South Africa even once.

Along with Team India, cricket fans are also very saddened by the shameful defeat in Centurion. In such a situation, a video of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma is going viral on social media, seeing which one can definitely feel happy for a few moments. Let us tell you that the Indian team lost on the third day itself, in the second innings Team India was reduced to just 131 runs, in which Virat Kohli played an inning of 76 runs.

Team India lost the last wicket in the form of Virat Kohli and when he was returning to the dressing room, captain Rohit Sharma patted him on the back. When Virat was returning, Rohit Sharma stood up and clapped and appreciated his innings by patting him on the back. Let us tell you that the only half-century from India in the second innings came from the bat of Virat.

Watch that video of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma here

After the defeat in this Test match, the Indian team has slipped to sixth place in the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) 2023-25 ​​points table. After losing the test match, today ICC also fined Team India 10 percent for slow over rate.

The Centurion Test was not at all good for Rohit Sharma as a captain and batsman. Rohit Sharma was out after scoring five runs in the first innings and was out without opening the account in the second innings. India scored 245 runs in the first innings, in reply South Africa scored 408 runs in the first innings. Team India was limited to 131 runs in the second innings. Apart from Virat and Shubman (26), no other batsman could touch double figures.

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