IND vs ENG: Fans raged at Virat Kohli when Team India reached the Oval for the series opener. watch

crew India Arrived at The Oval ahead of the first match of the three-match ODI series on Tuesday. Meanwhile, there was a long queue of fans who were ready to take a picture of the Indian Cricket The team, moreover, some of them were there to take a look at superstar Virat Kohli. A video is becoming increasingly viral on social media, which shows how the fastest cheers were reserved for Kohli, followed by Jasprit Bumrah as the entire team came out shoulder to shoulder with their opponents England . When the loudest cheers were reserved for Kohli, people were shouting ‘boom, boom, bumrah’ when Jasprit Bumrah passed by. The crowd also became crazy about Hardik Pandya.

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Kohli remains the main attraction among fans and pundits as his poor form continues to polarize the cricketing world. While Kapil Dev and Syed Kirmani are of the opinion that they will have to prove their mettle in the middle, the likes of Amit Mishra and Graeme Swann continue to support the 33-year-old, asking fans and the media not to make up. Pressure on former India captain

Kohli does not have the numbers to support himself as he recently managed to score 1 and 11 in two T20Is against England which does not bode well for him.
Coming back to the first match, Team India will start its preparation for ICC 2023 cricket World In cup form they will take on England in the first match of the three-match ODI series.

India will not go ahead with the first ball when the three-match series against England begins here on Tuesday but batsmen are expected to adopt their fearless approach in ODIs from the shortest format.

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India’s high-risk game helped them win the series against England and given that ODIs have become an extension of the shortest format, captain Rohit Sharma sees no reason why his team should back down from that approach.

England redefined the way ODI cricket is played and their dominance ended with the World Cup trophy in 2019. It would not be an exaggeration to say that India’s new approach to shorter formats is inspired by the English template.

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