Watch: Virat Kohli's heartwarming gesture to stop fans from shouting "RCB, RCB" and ask them to chant for Indian Team in Delhi Test
There is no better sight than the former Indian captain Virat Kohli doing what he does on the cricket field. Irrespective of his batting form, one can always expect many entertaining things from Virat on the field. Thus, it will not be a wrong statement to say that he is a complete entertainer.
Virat's test form hasn't been up to his standards in the last few years. He hasn't scored a test century for over three years now. His last test century came in November 2019 against Bangladesh in a pink-ball test at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.
However, he has done exceedingly well in the white-ball format in the last six months or so, but he is yet to get his best in the longest format. Even in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia, Virat has gotten some starts but has yet to convert those into a significant score.
Meanwhile, during the second test at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi, he caught the attention of the world for something else. A video is going viral on the internet featuring the former Indian captain, who was fielding at slip on Day 3.
Some fans in the crowd started chanting "RCB." However, Virat asked them to stop and pointed towards the logo of the Indian team on his jersey. He also asked them to chant for the Indian team, and when the fans did that, he also joined in and encouraged them to cheer even louder.
Crowd was chanting 'RCB, RCB' - Virat Kohli told to stop it and chant 'India, India'. pic.twitter.com/kMd53wbYRU— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) February 20, 2023
Speaking of the second test, Australia got bowled out for 113 runs in their second inning. They lost their last nine wickets for just 98 runs. India got a target of 115 runs and made it with six wickets in hand. Team India reached 118/4 in 26.4 overs to take a 2-0 lead in the ongoing series. This victory has given India a strong chance of reaching the WTC final in England.