Virat Kohli Comments, ‘Nice Pose Jinksy’ As Ajinkya Rahane Posts Picture of Himself Sleeping With Pink Ball Ahead of India vs Bangladesh Day-Night Test 2019
Ajinkya Rahane (Photo Credits: Instagram / Ajinkya Rahane)

Ajinkya Rahane has posted a picture on Instagram of himself sleeping with the pink ball. This picture posted by the vice-captain of Indian Cricket Test Team has drawn the attention of skipper Virat Kohli who commented: "Nice Pose Jinksy."  Even Indian Cricket Team ODI and T20I opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan couldn't stop himself from making a cheeky comment. He wrote: "Sapne mein pic khich gayi", which means Rahane's picture got clicked in his dream.  India will play Bangladesh in the 2nd Test of Ganguly-Dudhor Trophy 2019, from Nov 22 at Eden Garden, Kolkata, which will be first-ever day-night Test to be played in India. India vs Bangladesh Day-Night Test 2019: Virat Kohli and Boys Practice With Pink Balls Ahead of Historic Game at Eden Gardens (Watch Video)

All Indian fans are extremely excited to see their team play first time ever with the pink ball. The excitement can also be seen amongst players, as the picture posted by Ajinkya Rahane clearly proves that. Two special mascots were also revealed by BCCI with the name Tinku and Pinku ahead of India vs Bangladesh 1st Day Night Test Match. Ajinkya Rahane scored 86 runs from 172 balls in the 1st Test of India vs Bangladesh, which the home team won by an inning and 130 runs. Mayank Agarwal was awarded the Man of the Match in the game for his blistering knock of 243 runs from 330 balls. India vs Bangladesh 2nd Test: Mascots Pinku and Tinku All Set to Entertain Crowd at Eden Gardens During Team India’s First Day-Night Test. 

Ajinkya Rahane Sleeps With Pink Ball 

 

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Already dreaming about the historic pink ball test 😊

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India currently leads the two-match series by 1-0 and will look forward to sealing the series by clean sweeping Bangladesh. India defeated West Indies and South Africa in their last two Test Series and are currently dominating the ICC World Test Championship 2019-21 points table with 240 points.