Virat Kohli's childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma has revealed that the right-handed batter used to get angry when he became a skipper.

Mohammed Shami dismantled South Africa’s batting line-up with his fast and accurate bowling. He took five wickets and the hosts were dismissed for just 197. However, it was Jasprit Bumrah, who started the Proteas’ downfall. His peach of a delivery was enough to get rid of South Africa skipper Dean Elgar.

The pace spearhead had to leave the field after injuring his ankle and the visitors were in a spot of bother as he is one of the best fast bowlers in the world. Virat Kohli-led team is relying on him for their maiden Test series win in the rainbow nation.

His injury was not serious, and after a lengthy break, Bumrah finally came back to resume bowling. Bumrah was eligible to bowl after the 60th over. At that time, Kagiso Rabada and Kesav Maharaj were building a decent partnership. India skipper was delighted as his main bowler was ready to bowl. “Finally, the Rock has come back,” he was heard saying on stump mic. This dialogue became famous when the WWE wrestler Rock said it after he came back in 2011 post the 8-year break.

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