Virat Kohli has matured in recent years but using cuss words is one thing which he has not stopped. On Day 2 of the second Test against South Africa at SuperSport Park, Centurion, Kohli just proved this. During the last over of the second session, Kohli said something that was hilarious for the viewers sitting at home, courtesy stump mic.
Kohli said to opener Murali Vijay, “shaam tak khelenge, inki **** fat jaegi”, which means “If we play till the evening they are f****d.”
A sports fan with verified popular Twitter account Trendulkar posted the video where you can clearly hear the conversation between the two.
— Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) January 14, 2018
Twitterati came up with hilarious responses to the video that has been making rounds on the internet:
In the meanwhile commentators saying ” Baat Cheet karte rehte hai Virat apne saathi ballebaaaz k saath “
— GOONER (@Mr_D0G) January 14, 2018
Vijay took offence to that & got out. Vijay: Bhai tu hi phaad le akele
— Nayan Seth (@mkseth) January 14, 2018
For those asking for translation – literal – “If we play till evening, these people’s backsides will be torn”
Means: they will be f****d.
— Nandan Pandit (@npandit) January 14, 2018
Mera bhai….DILLI se hain…..BC MC
— Mister Singh (@Born_offensive) January 14, 2018
@harshjain_936 … That’s why we love Kohli
— Sagar (@SK171999) January 14, 2018
Ye hai dilli ka londa
— Animesh Rawat (@ani_gooner) January 14, 2018
TRUE WORDS OF WISDOM !!
— Rohit Pungalia (@RohitPungalia) January 14, 2018
Don’t need a commentary for this series, stump mic is enough!!!
— Mitul (@MrFantasticooo) January 14, 2018
— Arti Sharma (@imArtiSharma) January 14, 2018
— Faizan Khan (@FaizanMSD) January 14, 2018
Aisa to hum gully cricket me baat karte hai.
— Girish Varmani (@imvarmani) January 14, 2018
— prateek dubey (@prateekdubey14) January 14, 2018
This is a bit civilized from his standards
— Shubham Chaturvedi (@19shubham11) January 14, 2018
Virat Kohli is a true Delhiite ! Proves in every match. Haha
— Raghav Sharma (@raghavsharmabjp) January 15, 2018
@imVkohli Bringing out the Delhite in him
— Ankesh Sharma (@Ankeshhk) January 15, 2018
That’s a clear message delivered by the captain!
— Who am I? (@tweeetbro) January 14, 2018
Stump mics are great they suppressed Commentary
— Abhijit Dongre (@Abhijitdongre99) January 14, 2018
In international matches, we can figure out a few slangs by lip-reading. It seems like South African stump mics are a little too good to catch the sound of the chit-chat going on in the middle.
Kohli led Indian batting lineup from the front after two quick wickets of KL Rahul and Cheteshwar Pujara in the second session. He formed a crucial partnership of 79 runs with Vijay. Kohli kept running out of partners as Rohit Sharma failed again and got out for 10. Parthiv Patel could not impress on his return to the Test team as he scored just 19 runs.
Kohli is currently batting on 80 runs off 130 balls with the help of 8 boundaries. Kohli led the counter-attack on a pitch that did not offer much for the fast bowlers. India were 183 for 5 at Day 2, stumps trailing by 152 runs. Hardik Pandya managed to survive the reverse swing in the last session and is batting on 11 runs.