Delhi Police indirectly roasts Australian cricketers on Twitter, fans love it!

Virat Kohli is one of the best cricketers in the world across all three formats of the game. The right-handed batsman ended his Test century drought during the fourth and final Test against Australia at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

India’s batting great let his bat do the talking the game by scoring his 28th Test century. Moreover, he also went past the 150-run mark. He was also set to score a double century but was dismissed on 186 off Todd Murphy’s delivery.

However, the fans totally praised Virat Kohli for his terrific batting. He composed his innings with the help of 15 boundaries. The fourth Test between Team India and the Australian cricket team ended in a draw.

Virat Kohli drew plaudits for his terrific performances and was named the man of the match. On Day 4 when Virat Kohli scored his 28th Test century, which was also his 75th international century, Delhi police indirectly roasted Australian cricketers on Twitter.

“Dear@GujaratPolice, Don’t book our Delhi boy #ViratKohli for voluntarily causing hurt to the guests. AUS-SOME, game@imVkohli!,” Delhi Police tweeted from their handle with a picture of Kohli.

Kohli, at the post-match presentation said, “To be honest, the expectations I have from myself as a player is more to important to me. I felt I was batting well from the first innings at Nagpur. We focused on batting for long. I did that to an extent but not to the capability that I have done in the past. Was a little disappointed for that.

“Relief from the point of view that I could play the way I wanted to play. I was happy with my defense. I am not in a space now where I will go out and prove someone wrong. I also need to justify why I am there on the field. When I was 60 not out, we decided to play positively. But we lost Shreyas to injury and were a batter short. So, we decided to play time. They were good with the ball and placed some good fields. We got a bit of a lead and gave ourselves some sort of a chance,” he added.