Watch: Ishan Kishan imitates Virat’s walk, after that you will laugh seeing Kohli’s reaction

at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Sunday. asia cup 2023 India defeated Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the final. India has won the Asia Cup title for the eighth time. in bowling Mohammad Siraj Thanks to the sensational performance of Rohit Sharma, the team led by Rohit Sharma defeated Sri Lanka. With the help of Siraj’s 6 wickets for 21 runs in 7 overs, India bundled out Sri Lanka for 50 runs. India proved captain Dasun Shanaka’s decision to bat first after winning the toss completely wrong.

Ishaan copied Virat

The overall performance of the Indian cricket team in the continental event was excellent. India faced only one defeat in the entire tournament. India gave a chance to its young teammates in an unnecessary Super Four match. In that match, India lost to Bangladesh by a small margin. Mohammad Siraj performed amazingly. Immediately after the victory, a video of the Indian cricket team having fun on the field is going viral on social media.

Video viral on social media

in this video clip Ishaan Kishan To Virat Kohli Can be seen imitating the gait of. Kohli can also be seen giving a funny reaction to this, which made all the teammates laugh. First Kishan imitates Virat’s way of walking. After that Kohli is seen threatening him and walking in a strange manner asks, “Do I walk like this?”

Siraj took 4 wickets in one over

Talking about the match, Siraj helped Sri Lanka out on a modest score by taking four wickets in one over. Which Indian openers Ishan Kishan and Shubman Gill achieved a spectacular victory by overcoming it in 6.1 overs. Siraj took his fifth wicket by taking the wicket of Sri Lankan captain Dasun Shanaka. He equaled the ODI record of taking the fastest five wickets in his first 16 balls of the match. Former Sri Lankan fast bowler Chaminda Vaas had achieved this feat in 2003.

Sri Lanka won the toss

Sri Lanka won the toss and decided to bat first on a dry pitch. Jasprit Bumrah gave a big blow to Sri Lanka by taking one wicket in his very first over. After this the Sri Lankan batsman suffered continuous setbacks. Mohammad Siraj, who came to bowl on the other side, bowled the medal over. In the second over of his spell, Siraj became a havoc on the Sri Lankan batsmen. He showed the way to the pavilion to four batsmen in a single over.

Siraj took 6 wickets

Siraj did not stop here, he bowled seven overs economically and took six wickets. Siraj made Sri Lanka’s situation such that it was staggering after losing seven wickets within 50 runs. Hardik Pandya completed the right task. He showed the way to the pavilion to three batsmen. The entire Sri Lankan team collapsed at a total score of 50. Now the task was absolutely easy for India. India won without any loss in the seventh over.

Rohit Sharma praised the team

Captain Rohit Sharma said, ‘It was a great performance, especially coming into the final and playing like this, it shows the mentality of the team.’ He said, ‘Our seamers have been working really hard for many years, so it is pleasing for the team to see them rewarded like this. This kind of performance will be remembered for a very long time. Sri Lanka’s very low score in the 50-over match almost disappointed the packed crowd as they watched only 116 minutes of play.

Sri Lankan coach said this

Sri Lankan coach Chris Silverwood said after the crushing defeat, ‘It is below average. The way we got out is very disappointing, looks like there is a lot left to do in dressing. He said that I think today we came up against a very high class bowling attack, I think Siraj was brilliant. Siraj was chosen Player of the Match for his efforts. Kuldeep Yadav was chosen Player of the Tournament.

2023 World Cup India Squad

  • Rohit Sharma (Captain)

  • Shubhman Gill

  • Virat Kohli

  • Shreyas Iyer

  • Ishaan Kishan

  • KL Rahul

  • Hardik Pandya (Vice-Captain)

  • Suryakumar Yadav

  • Ravindra Jadeja

  • Akshar Patel

  • Shardul Thakur

  • Jasprit Bumrah

  • Mohammed Shami

  • Mohammad Siraj

  • Kuldeep Yadav.

Team India’s match schedule

  • 08 October: India vs Australia, Chennai

  • 11 October: India vs Afghanistan, New Delhi

  • 14 October: India vs Pakistan, Ahmedabad

  • 19 October: India vs Bangladesh, Pune

  • 22 October: India vs New Zealand, Dharamsala

  • 29 October: India vs England, Lucknow

  • 02 November: India vs Sri Lanka, Mumbai

  • 05 November: India vs South Africa, Kolkata

  • 12 November: India vs Netherlands, Bengaluru