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| On Updated : Apr 2, 2020 8:38 PM IST

Watch: Virat Kohli reveals favorite cricket memory, most fun innings

The Covid-19 outbreak has put a brake on all the cricketing activities. Cricket players who are generally indulged in IPL at this time of the year are stuck in the confined spaces of their respective houses. Virat Kohli, the Indian skipper, is no different than the rest. Kohli came on an Instagram live session with his English counterpart Kevin Pietersen. Kohli answered many questions thrown to him by his fans on the live session. The pair also had a casual talk about the current situation and how they are holding up.

Virat Kohli shares his daily regime with Pietersen:

Virat Kohli had a candid talk with the explosive English batsmen. The duo shared their daily activities, and Virat Kohli told the Englishmen that he moved to his farmhouse before the lockdown was announced. The Indian skipper revealed that this is the first time he has spent so much time with his better wife Anushka Sharma since they met. Kohli said though this is not the ideal time, he loves the fact that he gets to spend so much time with his wife.
Virat Kohli added that he carried his training material with him to his farmhouse. The right-hander also talked about how he is still working out in his garden and runs in the yard attached to his house.

Kohli reveals the most memorable cricketing memory

During the chat with the cricketer turned commentator, Kohli told his favorite cricketing memory along with the most fun innings. Virat Kohli described the 2011 World Cup triumph as his favorite cricketing memory. The victory which coincidentally occurred on the same date as today nine years ago gave Kohli his first taste of triumph at the senior-most level. Kohli played an essential role in the match as he stabilized the Indian batting after two quick wickets. The then 22 years old scored 35 runs in the game.

During the conversation, Kohli also revealed his most fun innings. The Indian skipper remembered a innings against Kings XI Punjab as his favourite innings. The game Kohli recalled was played in 2016 when Virat Kohli scored a stunning 113 of just 50 balls against the Punjab side to keep RCB alive in the tournament. Kohli stated that it felt that he could not get out on the day and enjoyed that innings the most.

Anubhav Bajpeyee @lostwriter09

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