WATCH | Pakistani reporter's hilarious question leaves Virat Kohli in a fix

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WATCH | Pakistani reporter's hilarious question leaves Virat Kohli in a fix

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India lost the final to Pakistan by 180 runs to mark an end to their unsuccessful title defence. Jasprit Bumrah's illegitimate wicket-taking delivery caught the eye of many and in the Presser, a Pakistani reporter can be heard asking a tricky question that befuddled Virat Kohli as it made no sense.

India were crushed by a resurgent Pakistani side who claimed their maiden Champions Trophy on Sunday at the Oval. Pakistan were put to bat after Indian skipper Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to field first and came out on top with opener Fakhar Zaman leading the scoring with his maiden ODI century to help Pakistan post a total of 338 on the board.

However, India could have put themselves in charge as early as the 4th over when Fakhar Zaman nicked a Jasprit Bumrah delivery at 3 but replays showed the right-arm pacer's feet crossing the permissible limit to bowl a legal delivery which gave Zaman another go in the final of the Champions Trophy. Zaman welcomed the opportunity with open arms and scored 114 off just 106 deliveries to put Pakitan into a commanding position in the match.

In the post-match conference, a Pakistani reporter, struggling with speaking English, tried to extract Kohli's thoughts on the incident but failed to do so as his question made no sense. The reporter then tried to make his question more clear by speaking about the incident but neither Kohli nor the other media personnel were successful in comprehending what he meant. The Indian skipper sat there with an expression of befuddlement on his face and prompted out "Does that even make sense".

Watch the incident here:

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