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'Will Hit You...': Virat Kohli Angry With Cheeky Rishabh Pant's Gesture. New Video Emerges

Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant are two Delhi boys who are among the best cricketers in the country, Both will play a crucial role when the Indian cricket team gets down to action at the 2024 T20 World Cup next month. The stars are currently playing for Royal Challengers Bengaluru (Kohli) and Delhi Capitals (Pant) in the IPL 2024. On Tuesday, a video emerged on social media when Kohli could be seen gesturing at Pant during a recent RCB vs DC game. The wicketkeeper was smiling and standing, as Kohli gestured and appeared like saying: "Will hit you, just sit down." Pant then sat down but continued smiling.

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Star Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) and India batter Virat Kohli continues to prove his undeniable mettle as a T20 player amid the divisive views by fans, cricket experts and former players, giving Men in Blue a boost ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024, which will take place in West Indies and USA this year from June 1 onwards. Continuing his fine run with the bat and indicating that he can hit big from ball one if needed, Virat played a solid knock of 27 in just 13 balls against Delhi Capitals (DC) on Sunday.

His knock had a four and three massive sixes and a strike rate of over 207. A huge part of this knock was his back-and-forth with compatriot and pacer Ishant Sharma, someone who has been around Virat since his academy days. Both exchanged jokes, shared laughs and tried to get one-up on each other before a fine delivery by Ishant was nicked by Virat straight into the hands of wicketkeeper Abhishek Porel.

In the ongoing season, Virat is the Orange Cap holder for most runs, making 661 runs at an average of 66.10 and a strike rate of 155.16, with a century and five fifties.

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