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Thursday, August 3, 2023

PHOTOS: Virat Kohli leaves Caribbean for Mumbai in a chartered flight

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it has it Virat Kohli has left Caribbean for Mumbai in a chartered flight.

Indian cricket team star Virat Kohli had a brilliant outing in the Test series against West Indies with a sensational century on his 500th international appearance. However, he only featured in the first match of the ODI series and along with other senior players, he was rested for the T20I matches. He took to Instagram on Thursday to share pictures from his return journey to India where he took a chartered flight.

Meanwhile, former India batter Mohammed Kaif opined that the India's ongoing tour of West Indies was taken lightly, as it witnessed a lot of experimentation and chances given to youngsters. Both Kohli and skipper Rohit Sharma were rested for two out of three ODI encounters.

The post said that Global Air Charter Services arranged a special flight for the star and he posted couple of pictures from the plane. However, some users on Twitter were not happy as they pointed out the dangerous amount of carbon emissions that occur due to chartered flights.

Kohli did not get a chance to bat in the first ODI he played as the team management experimented with the batting order.
The decision to rest Kohli and skipper Rohit Sharma in the last two ODIs has drawn a lot of flak with former players expressing their displeasure in keeping them on the benches in the year of the 50-over World Cup.
Leading the team in the last two ODIs, Hardik Pandya said stalwarts Rohit and Kohli needed to be rested to help India give opportunities to youngsters ahead of the World Cup.

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