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India vs England: Bharat Army’s new chant to inspire Virat Kohli - Watch video

Virat Kohli, who scored his maiden Test hundred in England on Thursday, was inspired a new chant from Bharat Army - the official Indian cricket team supporters group.

cricket Updated: Aug 03, 2018 13:47 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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Virat Kohli celebrates after scoring his century on Day 2 of the first Test between India and Australia.(Action Images via Reuters)

Virat Kohli was once again the saviour of the Indian cricket team as he scored a brilliant century to pull his team out of a tight position on Day 2 of the first Test match against England at Edgbaston on Thursday.

It was a special knock for Kohli in more ways than one as it was his maiden century on English soil and after struggling to score runs in the 2014 series, it was a moment of redemption for the Indian cricket team skipper.

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The 225-ball 149 earned Kohli praises from fans and experts alike with the Bharat Army – official Indian cricket team supporters group – coming up with a chant for the charismatic cricketer.

In a video posted by The Bharat Army, the fans can be heard chanting: “We’ve got Kohli, Virat Kohli, I just don’t think you understand, he’s MS Dhoni’s man, he smashes Pakistan, we’ve got Virat Kohli!”

Kohli braved the testing English conditions, smashing 22 boundaries on his way to the landmark, falling one run short of a 150. His celebration showed how much the knock meant to him as he kissed his wedding ring and blowed kisses to wife Anushka Sharma in the stands after reaching the milestone.

India’s last two wickets added 92 runs before Kohli was finally the last man out after he misjudged leg spinner Adil Rashid’s delivery and was caught by Stuart Broad at point.

First Published: Aug 03, 2018 13:47 IST