Watch: Virat Kohli Gets Hit During Nets Ahead Of 20-20 World Cup Semifinal, Fans In Worry!

By Daniel S

November 9, 2022

On 10 November 2022, team India will take on England in the second semi-final of the ongoing 20-20 World Cup in Adelaide. However, the Men in Blue managed to win four out of their five matches to get qualified for the semi-finals. However, they were in a spot of bother when they faced a defeat against the Proteas.

But, they ensured their entry by winning the rest of the matches. Virat Kohli has been in great form with the bat. He has managed to hit three fifty-plus scores so far in the tournament. But, now a video went viral where the star batter looked in discomfort after getting hit during the net session. 

Here is the shared video:

Virat Kohli has scored 246 runs in five matches so far in the ongoing 20-20 World Cup

Speaking of the video, Virat Kohli was seen having an intense practice session. First, he was seen hitting the ball brilliantly as he showcased some excellent shows all around. But, fans were in worry as he got hit in the groin area during that session. Harshal Patel was bowling and Virat Kohli sat down on the ground after that. 

But, he looked in some discomfort, and then, he stood up instantly. Meanwhile, Virat Kohli managed to continue his net session ahead of the semi-final clash against England. Speaking about his performances in the ongoing tournament, Virat has scored 246 runs in five matches, at a staggering average of 123.

His form even impressed players like Shoaib Malik. He said: “This is something we’ve got to learn from Virat Kohli. Here in Pakistan, if you’ve scored runs, then people roam around with their collars up. There’s no harm in doing that but always be a team man whether you have scored runs or not. His quality is that he plays the entire 40 overs with the same intensity. You will always see Kohli trying to help out the team in the field. It doesn’t matter whether he has scored a hundred or has been dismissed for a zero.” Even, former cricketer Wasim Akram also lauded his attitude in the ongoing tournament.