The former England captain's prediction about Virat Kohli came true, it happened as he said

Former Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli’s bat continuously struggles to score runs. He also failed in the 5th Test of the last Tour series which was played against England. He returned cheaply in both innings of the Birmingham Test. Former England captain Michael Vaughan’s prediction proved correct and the England team did as their former captain suggested. In the 5th friendly against England, Team India strengthened their position even more on the third day. After hitting 416 runs in the first innings, the Indian team passed just 284 runs on the England team due to the excellent performance of the fast bowlers. Mohammad Siraj sacked 4 while captain Jasprit Bumrah sacked 3 batsmen. Mohammed Shami took two wickets and Shardul Thakur took one wicket. Michael Van’s prediction has come true Former captain Wan had predicted about Virat Kohli before going into the Birmingham Test against the England team. He told the England team that he should come up with a special strategy against this Indian batsman and somehow stop him within 30 runs because if Kohli exceeds the 30-run score, he will quit after a century. The English team did this in both innings. Kohli hit 11 balls from 19 in the first innings of the Birmingham Test and was thrown out of a dilemma of whether to play or leave Matthew Pate’s delivery. The ball hit the wicket after hitting the bottom of the bat. In the second innings, England captain Ben Stokes caught him for 20 carries from behind the wicket. This time Kohli was dodged by excessive impact and the ball reached Sam Billings, the goalkeeper behind the wicket. He missed catching it, but Joe Root, standing in the briefs, took it with one hand showing speed.

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