India’s U-19 pacer Ravi Kumar asks Virat Kohli about his weakness; the former Indian captain gives a savage reply

India Under-19 cricket team did the entire nation proud after they went all the way to the finals to beat England in the peak encounter in the ICC U19 World Cup final at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.

Several senior Indian cricketers, former cricketers and experts congratulated the young team. Yash Dhull led the team ever so well in the marquee tournament. He became the fifth young captain after Mohammed Kaif, Virat Kohli, Unmukt Chand and Prithvi Shaw to win the ICC U-19 World Cup.

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Yash Dhull drew praises from across quarters and tonnes of wishes poured in after India’s memorable win. India defeated England by 4 wickets and lifted the fifth World Cup. As a result, India won a record fifth U-19 World Cup, which is indeed an incredible achievement.

Virat Kohli gives a hilarious reply to Ravi Kumar as the latter asked about the former’s weakness

Ahead of the finals, the youngsters were involved in a meaningful interaction with the former Indian captain, Virat Kohli. The youngsters were one step closer to winning the final. Before that, they had a chat with Virat Kohli.

The former Indian captain tried his maximum best to answer the youngsters’ queries. Meanwhile, young pacer Ravi Kumar delivered a bouncer by asking quite an unexpected question to Virat Kohli.

The likes of Rajvardhan Hagargekar, Kaushal Tambe and U-19 captain Yash Dhull had a chat with Virat Kohli ahead of the U-19 World Cup final. During the conversation, Ravi Kumar asked about Virat Kohli’s weakness and the former Indian skipper didn’t even expect this in the first place.

Ravi Kumar said, “I asked him what is his weakness. And he replied, ‘kyun abhi se out karne ki training kar raha hai kya’ (Translating it into English, the statement reads, “Why? Have you started training to get me out already, laughs)?”

Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and others wished the youngsters good luck for the final. The youngsters came through with flying colours against England Under-19 cricket team.

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