“Hamara Neta Kaisa Ho”: Crowd chant goes viral. Here's How Virat Kohli Reacted – Watch

A hilarious crowd chant during the T20 World Cup 2024 match between India and USA has gone viral on social media. In a video that was repeatedly shared by users on the social media platform, part of the crowd could be heard shouting: “Hamara neta kaisa ho, Virat Kohli jaisa ho.” The video also shows Virat Kohli lining up near the chanting crowd and he even recognized them during the match. Kohli turned around and even waved his hand towards the crowd.

Meanwhile, the former Indian cricketer Sanjay Bangar believes that Virat Kohli's dismal run in the ongoing T20 World Cup is not a worrying sign as it is the 'calm before the storm'.

Kohli had scored only 1 and 4 against Ireland and Pakistan respectively before leaving for a duck against the United States in the last encounter. The former Indian captain played as an opener alongside the skipper Rohit Sharma in the tournament.

Dismissing any doubts about Kohli's form, Bangar mentioned the difficult nature of the New York ground where India played all three matches. The veteran also highlighted the fact that this is the first time that Kohli is opening the ICC tournament.

After moving to Florida for his final group stage match against Canada, Kohli will have the last chance to add runs under his name before moving on to the Super Eight.

“He has never opened for India in the T20 World Cup before so this is a new position for him and the conditions were not in his favor either. As an opener you n You don't get a second chance because your first mistake becomes your last “I think there's nothing to worry about and maybe it's the calm before the storm,” Bangar said on Star Sports. .

Outside wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh pants (96 runs), Rohit (68 runs) and Suryakumar Yadav (59 points), no batter has been able to score 50 points in the Men in Blue's three tournament games.

Former Indian spinner Piyush Chawla also expressed similar thoughts as Bangar and praised Kohli's fearless intent in the showpiece event. He said Kohli would silence his critics with a big total.

“Against Ireland, his intention was very clear despite a difficult pitch, because Virat knew he had to dominate. There was a lot of movement from the field but his intention was special for me. On pitches like that, if you show such intention, it shows how positive it is “You are a hitter. For me, it's not a concern because hitters who are out of shape are different. When Virat doesn’t score in two or three innings, he scores a big century,” Chawla said.

India qualified for the Super Eight stage of the tournament after three consecutive wins in Group A alongside co-hosts USA. Pakistan, Canada and Ireland failed to reach the second stage and their campaigns will end with the climax of the group stage.

(With IANS entries)

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