In the latest game against Zimbabwe, Virat was seen holding his chest and catching his breath, which hasn't been the case before in his career.

Virat Kohli is the fittest cricketer in the world and hardly gets injured or face fitness issues. He is a livewire on the field, no matter how challenging the weather conditions are for the players.

He likes to run fast between the wickets and coverts singles into doubles and doubles into three runs.

The 34-year-old has scored three half-centuries and is the leading run-scorer in the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup, where Team India has reached the tournament’s semi-final. The sub-continent team will clash with the Jos Buttler-led England in the knockout contest.

In the latest game against Zimbabwe, Virat was seen holding his chest and catching his breath, which hasn’t been the case before in his career.

The incident happened in the 7th over of the Indian innings, when Kohli and Rahul took two runs.

The former India captain hit a four on the first ball of the seventh over but ran two till the ball crossed the rope. On the next delivery, he took two runs, and the intense running impacted the batter, who took a few seconds to catch his breath before resuming.

“He is a quick runner and is always looking for the extra run. Just giving himself a bit of a breather,’ said Gavaskar.

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