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‘It’s like every…’ WATCH what Virat Kohli told David Beckham ahead of World Cup SF

‘It’s like every…’ WATCH what Virat Kohli told David Beckham ahead of World Cup SF

While Virat Kohli etched his name into the history books with a record 50 ODI centuries in the ICC World Cup semi-final against New Zealand at the Wankhede Stadium, the right-hand batter also had a moment to cherish for the rest of his lifetime with David Beckham. The legendary footballer was in attendance during IND […]

While Virat Kohli etched his name into the history books with a record 50 ODI centuries in the ICC World Cup semi-final against New Zealand at the Wankhede Stadium, the right-hand batter also had a moment to cherish for the rest of his lifetime with David Beckham. The legendary footballer was in attendance during IND vs NZ game, and before the start of the game, he was also seen speaking with Virat Kohli.

After greeting India and New Zealand players, the legendary footballer briefly spoke with Virat Kohli.

“Hi, how are you, feeling good?” asked Former Manchester United No 7.

“Yeah, I am feeling good. It’s just like every other EPL game, isn’t it” Virat Kohli answered, and the two superstars broke into laughter.

Beckham’s first live game in India during the World Cup turned out to be a memorable experience, as Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer scored sublime hundreds, and India registered an emphatic 70-run victory.

The Inter Miami co-owner, who is also a UNICEF brand ambassador, came to watch the game alongside Sachin Tendulkar.

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Before the game started, Beckham also spoke with UNICEF kids and also played cricket. Beckham also said he tried to play cricket when he was a kid, but eventually, football took precedence. The footballer, though said he found batting easier than bowling.

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Virat Kohli, Mohammed Shami, Shreyas Iyer powers India to 4th World Cup final

India finally overcame the New Zealand hurdle in the ICC knockout games and kept their unbeaten run going in the WC. This was India’s 10th win in this year’s showpiece event, and they yet again proved why they are ranked number one.

This win, though came with a fair share of hard work, as the Kiwis gave a tough fight with bat in hand.

However, Shami’s seven wickets crushed New Zealand’s hearts and their wait for the maiden WC trophy continues. India will now face either South Africa or Australia in the final at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday (November 19).

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