Virat Kohli And Team Indian Dedicates Trent Bridge Win To Flood Victims Of Kerala
India captain Virat Kohli dedicated India’s massive win over England on Wednesday to the flood victims of Kerala. Virat Kohli took the opportunity to remember the victims of the devastating floods that have gripped Kerala and dedicated the win to them.
India produced an all-rounder performance to outclass England by 203 runs in the third Test at Trent Bridge on Wednesday. Virat Kohli was the Man of the Match of the third Test match for his batting performance.
Around 400 people have been killed in Kerala while several lakhs displaced in the devastating deluge, Kerala saw in almost a century. Virat Kohli’s gesture not only earned applause from the spectators at the venue but also the chief minister of Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan back home.
Indian cricket team captain said in the post-match event that Indian team wants to dedicate the victory from England to the victims of the natural disaster occurred in Kerala, adding that they could do that much as the nation’s cricket team
This is not the first time when Indian captain, Virat Kohli, spoke issue related to Kerala. In November 2017, Virat Kohli was seen appealing to the school children to stay away from drugs in the presence of CM Vijayan.
Virat Kohli smashed 97 in the first innings and improved it with a 103 in the second to contribute to India’s dominating performance in the game.
India thrashed England team by 203 runs in the Test match to keep the series alive. Team India needed a single wicket to pocket the game which they did early on August 22 – the final day of the match.
This was just India’s seventh victory in 60 Tests in England and a huge boost ahead of the fourth Test at Southampton starting on August 30. The fourth Test between the India and England will take place at Rose Bowl in Southampton from August 30.