Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja engages in a funny banter, pull each other legs on DRS calls

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Ravindra Jadeja, Virat Kohli (Image Source: Twitter)

The coronavirus pandemic doesn’t seem to be going quickly and due to which cricketers are stuck at their respective homes. However, amid worldwide lockdown, they are frequently taking part in online chat sessions. Some cricketers are also heading towards social media platforms to share interesting opinions on various topics.


Following the trend, star India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja took to Instagram on Wednesday and posted a picture of him with India captain Virat Kohli. In the photo, Jadeja can be seen staring at Kohli as the India captain signals for the Decision Review System (DRS).

“Dekho bhai meine nai bola hai review lene ko @virat.kohli #DRS #skipper,” Jadeja captioned the image.


A few minutes later, captain Kohli responded to the post and tried to troll Jadeja. Kohli replied Jadeja always thinks the batsman is out and all the doubts come in his mind only after using the DRS.

“Tujhe toh hamesha out hi lagta hai. Review lene ke baad sab doubts aate hain tujhe,” said Kohli with a laughing emoji.


However, the fun banter didn’t stop here as the Rajput boy came up with a witty reply citing the rules of International Cricket Council (ICC), which says that teams have a 15-second window to challenge an umpire’s decision. Jadeja said he would tell Kohli after a gap of 15 seconds.

“@virat.kohli Ab 15 seconds k baad bataunga,” replied Jadeja.

Ravindra Jadeja-Virat Kohli Instagram banter

Recently, current Pakistan limited-overs captain, Babar Azam, heaped praises on Kohli regarding him as one of the best in the business. Babar stated that he wants to be like the Delhi-born batsman and win matches for his team.


“People tend to compare us a lot. In my opinion, he (Kohli) is one of the best batsmen. I still have to achieve a lot in my career. I will try to be like him, win matches for my team, make records like him,” Babar had said.

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