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World Test Championship Final, India vs New Zealand: Rohit Sharma Funny Reaction to Virat Kohli’s Actions – WATCH

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After two days of washout, India and New Zealand haven’t had the final, then dreamed to have, even the fans of the game wanted this game to be huge and the excitement was unreal, until everyone started realizing that the game is in England, where rain is a major concern. Finally on the Day 5, the play was possible. In the first session, Virat and Rohit have had a special time together on the field for so many years, between all the rumours of the rift between them

Rohit Sharma React to Virat Kohli’s actions

The Indian opener Rohit Sharma, who is also one of the slip-fielders in the WTC Final reaction to captain Virat Kohli’s action has gone viral on Twitter. Kohli, who had been proactive in dancing to the tunes of Indian crowd during the Day 3, made weird gestures and was jumping in the cold weather. This caught the attention of Rohit Sharma, who was standing alongside the captain, and his reaction was discussed on Twitter. After seeing the video, certainly the stories of rift between the two can rest for some time.

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WTC Final Live: New Zealand take lead of 32 runs in 1st innings

The middle-order of the New Zealand team tumbled to the terrific bowling performance of the Indian fast bowlers. The first session of the game was completely dominated by the Indian team where they took 3 wickets. But, the New Zealand team came back strongly on the back of handy contribution of tail-enders, especially Southee who scored 30 off 46 balls to help the team to score 249 take the lead of 32 runs.

It will all depend on the openers of the Indian team whether they can lay a strong foundation to post enough runs and give the bowlers a chance to take wickets and win the WTC Final on the reserve day.

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