India’s skipper Virat Kohli decided to have a bowl on day three of the four-day practice match against Cricket Australia XI in Sydney.
When Kohli was ready to go from his bowling mark, a confused Pant asked Kohli from behind the stumps whether he will be bowling spin or pace. The captain gestured with his hand that he will be sending down some medium pace deliveries.
Kohli, who bowled two overs on day three and five overs on the fourth day, got the prized wicket of Harry Nielsen when he was batting on 100. The Australian tried to go for a big heave before being caught by Umesh Yadav. The Delhi batsman couln’t stop laughing after the catch was taken.