Former India captain Virat Kohli scored just 18 runs in the second ODI against West Indies, but the veteran took a stunning catch in a very crucial situation of the game.
Despite a well compiled half-century from Suryakumar Yadav and 49 from KL Rahul, India posted a below-par total of 237.
Indian bowlers bowled brilliantly and took 5 wickets with just 76 runs on the board. After that Shamarah Brooks, Odean Smith and Akiel Hosein went after the Indian bowler.
Washington Sundar was told to bowl the 45th over of the innings. Smith tried to slog-sweep across the line but the ball went high in the air and was caught by Virat Kohli who was was stationed at deep mid-wicket.
After the catch, Kohli celebrated with Allu Arjun’s Pushpa Walk.
Meanwhile, India bowled out the West Indies for 193 runs. Prasidh Krishna took 4 wickets in team’s 44-run win.