Watch: Virat Kohli Playfully Teases Mohammad Rizwan for Time-Wasting with Viral Clock Gesture


Watch: Virat Kohli Playfully Teases Mohammad Rizwan for Time-Wasting with Viral Clock Gesture

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Virat Kohli Mocks Mohammad Rizwan’s Time-Wasting in India vs Pakistan World Cup 2023 Match Virat Kohli taunted Mohammad Rizwan for time-wasting during the India vs Pakistan match at the Cricket World Cup 2023, making a viral clock gesture. Kohli was displeased with Rizwan’s delay in getting ready to face the ball, as it could lead to fielding punishments under new rules if overs are not completed on time.

Indian Bowlers Shine as They Dismiss Pakistan for 191 in the Cricket World Cup Clash

The Indian cricket team’s bowlers showcased their skills in unity to dismiss Pakistan for a total of 191 runs. A formidable pace trio, featuring Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, and Hardik Pandya, each secured two wickets. The spinners, Kuldeep Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja, also made significant contributions by each taking two wickets. Despite a promising start by Pakistan, with Babar Azam top-scoring at 50 off 58 balls and Mohammad Rizwan contributing 49 runs from 69 balls, the team eventually crumbled from a score of 155 for two to an all-out total of 191 runs in 42.5 overs.

Jasprit Bumrah, named Player of the Match, expressed his thoughts on the game: “It felt good. Usually, you try to analyze the wicket as soon as possible. We realized the wicket is on the slower side, so we wanted to bowl hard lengths. We were trying to make it as difficult as possible.”

He also shared insights into his pitch-reading abilities: “On how he reads pitches quickly and understands what lengths work, just being aware I guess. I used to ask a lot of questions when I was young, and that helps me now. Now I’m experienced. In my younger days, they (seniors) were used to being troubled by me sometimes (with questions), but it helps to read the wicket and try different options.”

Regarding his slower ball that dismissed Rizwan, Bumrah said: “We were bowling in the middle overs, and I saw Jaddu’s ball was turning, not too much but a little bit. I count my slower ball as a spinner’s slower ball, one of those days where it came off.”

He concluded by mentioning the reverse swing: “On the ball that got Shadab, a little phase where there was reverse swing, one of the occasions when the white ball was reverse swinging.


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