Twitter reacts to Kohli’s reaction after Taijul pulls off a stunner

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Taijul Islam took a stunning catch to get the wicket of the Indian captain Virat Kohli. The skipper departed after a well-made knock of 136.

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Twitter reacts after Kohli catch
Virat Kohli became the first batsman in India to score a hundred in a pink-ball Test. It will surely remain as a memorable one for the Indian captain and Taijul Islam will also remain involved as he pulled off a stunner to end the innings of Kohli.

Kohli was dismissed after he faced an ordinary delivery going down the leg from Ebadot Hossain and he flicked it with his usual grace. While the shot matched up to the skipper’s regular brilliance, Tailjul Islam at fine leg had other plans. The fielder first had almost misjudged it and ran in but then he lept upwards two-handed and grabbed the ball.

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It took everyone by surprise including Kohlim who just gave a smiling appreciation to Kohli. And here’s how Twitter reacted to the catch and Kohli’s reaction –

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