Virender Sehwag made a funny comment about Virat Kohli after 2 students got more than 99% marks

Team India captain Virat Kohli’s bat has been silent for a long time. Virat made his last century in international cricket in November 2019 and has not been able to score a single century since. The current form of the Indian captain is the subject of debate these days and all experienced players are giving their opinion on it. Kohli failed to get a good start in the first innings of the Lord’s Test and was dismissed for 42. Enjoy

Sehwag shared a post on Twitter in which he wrote that two students in India were not satisfied with getting 99 percent marks but decided to reappear. In its caption, the former opener took a jib at Kohli and wrote, ‘Too many Bedley 100, even Kohli might not want it’. This post by Sehwag is becoming increasingly viral on social media. Apart from Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane are also struggling for their form from Team India. In the last 33 innings, Pujara has not scored a century off the bat, but Rahane has only scored one century. Pujara has not been able to cross 25 boundaries in the last 10 innings.

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England made their comeback in the second Test between India and England at Lord’s Historic Ground. At the end of the second day, England were 119 for 3, and captain Joe Root was still in the crease at 48. Earlier, India were all out for 364 in the first innings. The team lost their last 7 wickets by adding just 88 runs. England’s James Anderson took five wickets.

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