On the first day of play in the fourth Test between India and Australia in Ahmedabad, Virat Kohli was caught snacking while fielding in the slips.
During live cricket, players rarely snack. Virat Kohli behaved a little differently on Day 1 of the fourth Test match between India and Australia in Ahmedabad than most cricketers do during drink breaks, when they eat bananas or energy bars. Before Marnus Labuschagne was fired, Kohli was seen eating something that appeared to be an energy bar. Customers of virtual entertainment are left in a state of confusion as a result of the video’s rapid disappearance.
On Thursday, the video surfaced between the 22nd and 23rd overs of Australia’s batting. Virat was also seen giving an energy bar to a teammate who was also fielding in the slips cordon after eating a few bites of the snack.
Before Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohammed Shami leveled the playing field for the team, Australia got off to a great start at the top.
After Ashwin and Shami swiftly dismissed Travis Head (32 runs) and Marnus Labuschagne (3 runs), Usman Khawaja (27 runs, 94 balls) and skipper Steve Smith (2 runs, 17 balls) joined Usman Khawaja.
After trying to figure out what was going on with his seemingly innocuous shot at the beginning of a significant fight, Head probably felt awful. He tried to chip Ashwin over the middle, but he missed the pitch of the delivery.
Head was deceived by Ashwin’s slight length change, and Ravindra Jadeja, one of the world’s best defenders, received the easiest ball.
Labuschagne was killed by one of the balls that Shami bowled from an end where many of the deliveries were kept low. Because it was out of shape, Labuschagne had to play the square cut, but he ended up hauling it back onto the stumps.