ENG vs IND 2022, 1st ODI | Internet reacts to England's Barmy Army's 'unpleasant' troll on Virat Kohli's injury

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Virat Kohli's was excluded from the first ODI owing to a 'mild groin injury'

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ENG vs IND 2022, 1st ODI | Internet reacts to England's Barmy Army's 'unpleasant' troll on Virat Kohli's injury

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SportsCafe Desk

07/12/2022

Virat Kohli’s abysmal season continues to get worse after the former Indian skipper was left out of the first ODI versus England because of what was reported as a mild groin injury. However, the batter’s form has led to the internet suspecting differently, drawing some hilarious reactions.

With the first ODI between India and England at The Oval on Tuesday on the horizon, reports had started to emerge about a sudden groin injury sustained by Virat Kohli. There were no details offered to substantiate the claims, which sat oddly with the fans. When the lineup was announced at the coin toss, it was confirmed that the former Indian skipper would be missing out on the match.

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However, the incident has strangely coincided with calls of late to remove the Indian skipper from the Indian lineup. Kohli’s dismal run of scores in the present tour has irked many experts and fans alike, as his search for an international century since November 2019 continues. He only managed a total of 31 runs in the two innings of the final Test, while the second and third T20Is were worth a paltry 12 runs for him.

The exclusion of Kohli from the lineup has led to some great satire across the internet, as fans speculate on his future and comment on his bad luck.

Not good

Exactly

Duck Duck go

He is

Bumrah trolled them!

Perfect representation!

All they scored is a 0

India needs a few more for the dinner!

On point

A level trolling!

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