'Mahi short' says virat kohli after hitting 97 meter long six like MS Dhoni helicopter shot, watch video
Virat Kohli MS Dhoni: After centuries by Virat Kohli and opener Shubman Gill, Mohammad Siraj's career-best bowling helped India crush Sri Lanka by 317 runs in the third and final ODI, the biggest defeat in history. Won as well as 3-0 in the three-match series clean sweep.
Virat Kohli MS Dhoni: After centuries by Virat Kohli and opener Shubman Gill, Mohammad Siraj's career-best bowling helped India crush Sri Lanka by 317 runs in the third and final ODI, the biggest defeat in history. Won as well as 3-0 in the three-match series Clean sweep.Earlier in ODI cricket, the record of the biggest win in terms of runs was in the name of New Zealand, who defeated Ireland by 290 runs in 2008.
While Gill scored 116 runs in this match, Kohli played an unbeaten inning of 166 runs, this is Kohli's 46th century in ODIs. In his innings, Virat faced 110 balls and also hit 13 fours. Apart from this, Virat's bat also hit 8 sixes. While Kohli thrashed the bowlers fiercely, on the other hand, during his batting, he also hit a six that reminded Dhoni.
Virat's six in MS Dhoni's style
Actually, Kohli hit an amazing six on the fourth ball of the 44th over off Kasun Rajitha, but seeing the manner in which he hit the shot, people remembered Dhoni's 'helicopter shot'. Because during the shot, Kohli rotated his bat in the same manner in which Dhoni used to rotate while hitting the 'helicopter shot'. This is the reason why the video of that shot of Kohli is viral on social media.
He said "Mahi Shot" in the end ????♥️#Mahirat ????♥️#KingKohli | #ViratKohli????@imVkohli @msdhoni #GOAT???? pic.twitter.com/kKXy3UH0Lo — Manoj Kumar (@its_manu01) January 15, 2023
At the same time, chasing India's target of 391 runs in the match, the Sri Lankan team scored 22 runs in front of the sharp bowling of Siraj (4 for 32), Mohammed Shami (2 for 20) and Kuldeep Yadav (2 for 16). Only 73 runs could be scored in the over, which is the fourth lowest score in the history of the visiting team. Ashen Bandara did not come out to bat due to injury. This is India's 96th win against Sri Lanka, which is the world record for most wins by one team against another.