IND vs NZ: Captain Virat Kohli, VIDEO Viral, while dancing in the field during the match

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Last Updated on by Mahadi Hassan

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IND vs NZ, World Cup 2019: Indian fast bowlers started off a great start, and Jadeja and Chahal also bowled brilliantly and New Zealand could have scored 211 in 46.1 overs until rain.

The first semi-final match between India-New Zealand is being played on Manchester’s ground. Due to rain, the first day of the game was suspended and now the decision will be on the day of Reserve Day i.e. on July 10.

New Zealand decided to bat first by winning the toss in this match. Losing the toss was not considered right for Team India, so Virat Kohli also looked a little worried.

Although Bumrah and Shami removed the anxiety of the captain and started a strong start on the edge of the bowl. Captain Kohli looked cool in this performance of the bowlers and a video of his dance is becoming viral in the field. These videos are making a big noise on social media.

In fact, when New Zealand came to bat, its start was very poor and the pair of Guptill and Nickels could only score only one in 4 overs and Bumrah had shown Guptill a path to pavilion.

Meanwhile an interesting prediction was noticed. Kohli was seen dancing to increase the enthusiasm of the audience. One of his videos is becoming viral on social media, on which fans are doing many types of comments.

Indian fast bowlers started well and after that Jadeja and Chahal also bowled brilliantly and New Zealand made 211 runs in 46.1 overs until rain.

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Although Ross Taylor is standing on one side and playing 7 runs. It is necessary to see how big a target New Zealand puts before India. If the day of Reserve Day also meets the rain, then the team will reach the top in the final in the run rate and points in the team finals.

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