Virat Kohli | Happy birthday to Virat Kohli from fans in Adelaide; Viral video – News18 Malayalam

Fans in Adelaide wish Virat Kohli a happy birthday. Kohli’s 34th birthday is on November 5. The Indian team had arrived in Melbourne for the Super 12 matches of the T20 World Cup. India defeated Bangladesh by five runs in the match played at the Adelaide Oval on November 2. Kohli, who scored a half-century in the match, was selected as the man of the match. With the win against Bangladesh, the Indian team’s hopes of reaching the semi-finals also increased.

Some fans of the Indian team also brought a poster with ‘Happy Birthday King Kohli’ written on it. Kohli responded by showing the fans a thumbs up sign. BCCI shared the video of the event on their official social media handles.

Virat Kohli is also the highest run scorer in this year’s T20 World Cup so far. The player has scored 220 runs so far. This time, Kohli scored three unbeaten fifties.

Bangladesh player Nurul Hasan came forward with allegations that Virat Kohli cheated during the match that was held the other day. It was claimed that Kohli faked a throw while fielding and should have received a penalty of five runs. After Bangladesh’s loss to India, the fans of Bangladesh and Pakistan came against the Indian team and the referees. After rain disrupted play, Bangladesh played to a modified target under the Duckworth-Lewis rule. The match was interrupted by rain when Bangladesh were on 66 runs without losing a wicket against India’s target of 185 runs. Bangladesh did not agree with the decision to resume play. But Indian captain Rohit Sharma insisted on restarting the match. At this time Bangladesh was ahead of India according to the Duckworth-Lewis law. The alleged fake toss controversy by Bangladesh happened in the seventh over of the match.

India have got six points in the tournament so far. India’s final Super 12 match is against Zimbabwe at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Having already secured a place in the top two positions in Group 2, a win in this game would guarantee them a place in the semi-finals.

BCCI also shared a video of the Indian team traveling from Adelaide to Melbourne for the match against Zimbabwe. As the players came out, the fans cheered the team members by chanting “India, India”.

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