Asia Cup 2022: Virat Kohli Sweats It Out In Gym Ahead Of Clash Against Hong Kong. Check Images

Asia Cup 2022: Virat Kohli Sweats It Out In Gym Ahead Of Clash Against Hong Kong. Check Images

New Delhi: Indian star batsman Virat Kohli may have been dismissed after a good start against Pakistan in the Asia Cup 2022, but he is sweating hard for the next match in the tournament. Kohli, returning from a month-long break, played a crucial 34-ball 35 against Pakistan as India beat Pakistan by five wickets on Sunday.

The former India captain Tuesday shared pictures from his workout session on social media, Koo App, as he prepares for the Hong Kong match. 

Koo App 🏋️‍♂️🫶 View attached media content – Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) 30 Aug 2022

At the same time, Kohli gifted Pakistan pacer Harris Rauf a signed Team India jersey after the Man in Blue defeated the Babar Azam-led side.

The BCCI posted a video of the star India batsman gifting an India jersey to a Pakistan pacer and wrote, “The match may be over but moments like these shine bright. A heartwarming gesture by Kohli as he hands over a signed jersey to Pakistan’s Haris Rauf post the INDvPAK game”

The match may be over but moments like these shine bright ✨👌A heartwarming gesture by @imVkohli as he hands over a signed jersey to Pakistan’s Haris Rauf post the #INDvPAK game 👏👏#TeamIndia | #AsiaCup2022 pic.twitter.com/3qqejMKHjG

— BCCI (@BCCI) August 29, 2022

Meanwhile, India will take on Hong Kong on Wednesday, while Pakistan will take on the same team on Friday. Bangladesh and Afghanistan will face each other in the third match of the tournament on Tuesday.

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In T20 Internationals, Virat has 3343 runs in 100 matches at an average of 49.89 and strike rate of 137.17. This includes 30 fifties. His highest score is 94 not out. Virat is the third highest run-getter in T20 Internationals behind Rohit Sharma and New Zealand’s Martin Guptill.