Virat Kohli Chamiya comment ENG vs IND Test: The Edgbaston cricket ground in Birmingham is currently hosting one of the most exciting encounters as England takes on India in the fifth and final rescheduled Test match. This is the deciding game of the five-match Test series where the visitors have a lead of 2-1 and they had to leave the final Test match in 2021 following a Covid-19 outbreak in their camp.
Even after stepping down as the Indian captain across formats and not in the best of forms with the bat, Virat Kohli is always in the limelight for his behaviour and discipline both on and off the field. After Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj dismissed English wicket-keeper Sam Billings in the first innings, Virat was seen doing a happy dance while celebrating with his teammates. However, former Indian opener Virender Sehwag came up with a pretty hilarious reaction in the commentary box on the former India skipper’s reaction on the field. Sehwag made a comment on the mic, saying “Chamiya naach rahi hai waha.”
Sehwag’s funny remark did not go well on the social media as he faced a huge flak from the troll army on Twitter. Here are some of the reactions on Twitter over Virender Sehwag’s “Chamiya” comment on Virat Kohli:
Even after losing the toss and being asked to bat first in tough and challenging conditions, Team India is currently in a pretty dominating position in this 5th Test match against England. The Jasprit Bumrah-led team scored a massive total of 416 runs in their first innings courtesy amazing tons from Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja. On the other hand, England got bowled out for 284 runs where Jonny Bairstow smashed a brilliant century.
In the second innings, India finished Day 3 at a score of 125 for 3 with Cheteshwar Pujara unbeaten after having scored a gutsy half-century and Rishabh Pant batting 30 not out.
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