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Twitter Lit Up With Meme Fest After Ajinkya Rahane Got Virat Kohli Run Out In Ind Vs Aus Test


Twitter Lit Up With Meme Fest After Ajinkya Rahane Got Virat Kohli Run Out In Ind Vs Aus Test

The first test match between India and Australia has reached a very interesting point and it is confirmed that it will not end in a draw. The visitors won the toss and decided to bat first but were not able to put up a big score as the whole team got out on 244. Everyone thought that Australia would be scoring a huge total in their first innings considering the fact that they have a good batting lineup and they also have a good advantage but Indian bowlers had something different in mind. The Aussies were dismissed for 191 in their first innings which gave India a lead of 53 runs.

However, an incident which happened during the first innings of the Indian innings has become the fodder for Twitterati and lot of memes and jokes related to it flooded on the micro-blogging site. Yes, that’s right! We are talking about the dismissal of Virat Kohli due to a wrong call by the vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane.

The Indians didn’t have a good start as both the openers returned early, then Indian skipper Virat Kohli stabilized the innings with Cheteshwar Pujara and later on with Ajinkya Rahane after Pujara got out for 43. In the 77th over, Ajinkya Rahane called Virat Kohli for a run but when the Indian skipper reached the middle of the pitch, Rahane asked him to go back which was not possible and Virat lost his wicket. The Indian skipper was looking in good touch, he was at 74 and every Indian cricket fan was hoping to see him scoring a century. What hurt more was that Rahane also got out soon at the score of 42.

These rib-tickling memes on the incident will make you go ROFL:
















Ajinkya Rahane will be leading the team in the remaining three test matches as Virat Kohli will return to India because he wants to be with his wife while she gives birth to their first child.

As far as the first test match is concerned, Prithvi Shaw disappointed once again as he got out for four in the second innings and India was 9/1 at the end of the second day.

Looking forward to see the Indian team giving a big target to the Aussies!

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