When Virat Kohli Asked Crowd to Cheer for Team India Against West Indies During Hyderabad Test (Watch Video)
Virat Kohli (Photo Credits: Twitter)

The Indian team made a remarkable comeback by getting back to winning ways against West Indies after the debacle in England. Virat Kohli and men won the two-match test series with a clean sweep and thus maintained the number one position on the ICC Test Rankings table. Now, during the second match in Hyderabad, there were many animated moments by Virat Kohli that caught the attention of the audiences. One was his childlike celebration when the DRS went in his favour. The other was when he asked the crowd to cheer for the team. After Beating West Indies 2–0, Virat Kohli Hopes Batsmen Replicate Home Form in Australia. 

So it was on the third day of the Test match that wickets started crumbling on after the other. After one point, the game started getting boring as if the crow knew the outcome of the match. Virat Kohli noticed the crowd getting bored to death and then decided to jump in. He turned around to the crowd and asked gestured them to cheer for the team.  India vs West Indies 2018: Virat Kohli Gets DRS Decision Right; Indian Captain's Childish Celebration Will Make You Laugh (Watch Video). 

In a video shared by the official handle of the BCCI, Kohli was seen clapping his hands Just after this the crowd sprung up in action and started cheering for the home team. The caption of the clip shared by the BCCI read, “Make some noise, Hyderabad 👏👏👏👏@Paytm #INDvWI.”

Virat Kohli was obviously happy with the clean sweep that his players made. After the match, Virat said, “We didn't expect that in the morning. West Indies did really well to put pressure on us. Getting 50-60 lead was a bonus for us. We wanted more. But we understood how to create pressure and intensity with the ball. Didn't think a three-day finish was part of the plan.”