IND vs ENG: ‘England must experience 60 overs as hell’, skipper Virat Kohli’s speech goes viral

The Indian cricket team recorded their biggest win of the day by defeating England by 151 runs in the second Test at Lord’s Historic Ground. It was India’s third win so far at Lord’s, with India leading 1-0 in the five-match Test series. On the fifth and final day of the match, India set a target of 272 in 60 overs against England on Monday, but the Indian bowlers piled up the 120 for England in the 52nd over. Following the victory of India, the 60-over trend on social media has become quite a trend, with Captain Kohli speaking over 60 before the start of England’s second innings.

He made this speech as the Indian team was coming to score 272. Then Kohli was seen saying something to his teammates. Kohli’s talk is becoming quite viral on the social networking site. After Team India’s victory at the Lord’s Test, Virat Kohli’s video has been in the headlines. In this video, Indian captain Kohli is discussing something with his teammates by embracing him. At this point, Kohli can be heard telling his teammates ‘England must feel like hell’.

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Kohli told his teammates, ’60 overs should make England feel like hell.’ This talk of Captain Kohli is going viral on the social networking site. This switch from Kohli proved to be very effective and both England starters have already returned to the pavilion. After this, captain Joe Root tried to stay for a while, but he lost his wicket by scoring 33 runs. Mohammad Siraj (4/32), Jaspreet Bumrah (3/33), Ishant Sharma (2/13) and Mohammad Shami (1/13) were the winners for India.

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