Virat Kohli's Reaction Goes Viral as Nagpur Crowd Chants "RCB, RCB" During Second India vs Australia T20I
Virat Kohli is a well-liked character in the sport of cricket, and that is an understatement. Everywhere he goes, he draws huge crowds. In India, people frequently begin chanting the name of his IPL team, Royal Challengers Bangalore, even when he is representing his country.
About the Match
Due to a wet outfield, the game in Nagpur started more than two hours later than expected. Eight overs were allotted to each side in the game.
Australia made 90/5 in their eight overs after India captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and chose to field, with Matthew Wade (43* off 20) and Aaron Finch (31 off 15) playing prominent roles. The bowler of choice for India was Axar Patel, who finished with two wickets for 13 runs in two overs.
Three wickets from Adam Zampa weren't enough to stop Rohit Sharma's slaloming, though. The winning runs were scored by Dinesh Karthik, who smashed a six and a four off the first two pitches of the last over. India's victory brought the series to a 1-1 tie, with Sunday's decider taking place in Hyderabad.
Before India and Australia faced off in the second T20I on Friday at the VCA Stadium in Nagpur, the audience began shouting "RCB, RCB" as Kohli made his way to the team's dressing room balcony. Harshal Patel, a teammate from both India and RCB, sat next to Kohli and laughed as Kohli quickly pointed to the India emblem on his jersey.