“How’s the Josh?” – India captain Virat Kohli ahead of the second T20I against Australia

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India will look for a series-saving win when they compete against Australia in the second and final T20I at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on Wednesday. The Men in Blue lost the first match by three wickets in Visakhapatnam and will be eager to get back in form ahead of the ODI series against the Aussies.

On Tuesday, India captain Virat Kohli motivated the team at M Chinnaswamy Stadium. He even took to his Facebook account to share a picture from the team’s practice session and captioned it as, “How’s The Josh?’.

The dialogue has become extremely popular after the release of the Bollywood movie, Uri. It was used by the protagonist of the movie Vicky Kaushal, to motivate his troops. It is no secret that Kohli is a movie buff and hence for him to use this dialogue to motivate his boys ahead of the series-deciding game should not come as a surprise to his fans.

A high-scoring encounter expected in Bengaluru

The Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru is no stranger to high-scoring encounters and fans have seen in the past batsmen making a mockery of the bowlers. Wednesday might also turn one such day as a great batting deck awaits both these teams.

India might have the edge in that regard considering they are playing with their full-strength batting unit. Australia is not lagging far behind, but their recent crisis is yet to find a solution. Although the first T20I in Vizag was a huge morale booster for the visitors, they will find it very difficult to replicate something similar in the second T20I.

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