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Glenn Maxwell likes a controversial tweet trolling Virat Kohli :

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Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell

Kohli last scored a century in Test cricket on November 22, 2019, against Bangladesh. His last ODI century came against West Indies on August 14, 2019. He has neglected to arrive at the triple-digit score in the last two periods of IPL too. In the primary test against South Africa, Kohli made 35 and 18 runs in the first and the second innings individually and he didn't highlight in the second Test because of a back fit and KL Rahul remained as the chief of the Indian group.

On the third day, Kohli was seen getting some throwdowns from lead trainer Rahul Dravid, which showed that he may be back in the following Test booked to be played on January 11 in Cape Town. India has never dominated a game at this scene beginning around 1993. India lost the last match in Cape Town by 72 runs as the group neglected to pursue down an objective of 208 runs in the subsequent innings. Virat Kohli has not been at his threatening best in Test cricket for the most recent few years or somewhere in the vicinity.

The last time the Indian red-ball commander scored a century was in November 2019 against Bangladesh in the day/night Test in Kolkata. His normal in Test cricket in most recent two years is just 26, which is extensively low than his vocation Test normal of 50 or more. Following that Australian telecasters Channel 7 attempted to analyze Kohli and Australia pacer Mitchell Starc's batting midpoints in Tests beginning around 2019. They posted a photograph of Starc and Kohli's batting midpoints in most recent three years with the subtitle: "Your stat of the day." 7Cricket Twitter handle on Thursday posted something that couldn't stop Wasim Jaffer to answer back in his own style.

The tweet looked at the batting midpoints of Mitchell Starc and Virat Kohli since the beginning of 2019. Starc has a batting normal of 38.63, which is somewhat better compared to Kohli's 37.17. In the mean time, Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell who went over the questionable tweet chose to like it in any case. Maxwell played under Virat Kohli's captaincy for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the fourteenth release of the Indian Premier League. Glenn Maxwell and Virat Kohli are old buddies on and off the field. Most of the fans were of the assessment that Maxwell shouldn't have loved the dubious tweet since it was about the unmerited correlation.

Interestingly, Maxwell had an advancement season in the Indian Premier League 2021 season. RCB fans were glad that the Australian all-rounder played all around well for them in the last season. Indeed, he was one of the top run-getters for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2021. The RCB group the executives was well and genuinely happy with Maxwell as the last option defended his determination right each and every time. His exhibition was one of the integral motivations behind why the RCB arrived at the best 4. Subsequently, Royal Challengers Bangalore chose to hold him for INR 11 crore for the impending period of IPL 2022.

Kohli, who was supplanted as India's full-time white-ball commander by Rohit Sharma, missed the second Test against South Africa in Johannesburg because of a back fit. KL Rahul captained India in Kohli's nonattendance. The guests lost the match 7 wickets as South Africa evened out the three-match series. Kohli, nonetheless, was seen preparing with the Indian players before the beginning of third day's play on Wednesday. India lead trainer Rahul Dravid sounded sure of the productive right-hander recovering his wellness before the series-concluding last Test in Cape Town beginning on January 11.

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Glenn Maxwell liked this tweet. We have posted the screenshot below for your reference.

"Virat Kohli ought to be fine from all records, he ought to be fine. He has had the valuable chance to go around a tad, he has had the potential chance to test it a tad. Ideally with a few net meetings in Cape Town, he ought to be all set. All that I am hearing and simply stopping for a moment to talk with him, he ought to be all set in four days time," said Dravid during a virtual question and answer session on Thursday.

Glenn Maxwell likes a controversial tweet about his RCB teammate Virat Kohli

Notwithstanding, Kohli is recovering great and ought to be fit to the point of playing the third and last Test. Indeed, he likewise got throwdowns from lead trainer Rahul Dravid in front of third day's play of the subsequent Test. The keep going Test starts off on January 11 at Newlands in Cape Town.


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