🇮🇳's star batsman⭐ Virat Kohli is no stranger to riling up hostile crowds, having shown the middle finger😳 to 'boo-boys' in Australia once. He was at it again on Sunday during 🇮🇳's victory✌ over Bangladesh in the Asia Cup final. Kohli was seen signalling the partisan crowd to quiet down😷 after effecting a Mushfiqur Rahim's run-out and holding on to a Mortaza mishit. He then followed it up with an unbeaten 41 to guide 🇮🇳 home👌.
Speaking after the match, Kohli explained his actions - "I enjoy the crowd being against me, it pumps me up. It motivates me more"💪. The message was clear - "Think twice before booing me again😏.
Incidentally, Kohli finished as the second highest run-getter in the tournament🎉 with 154 runs behind Sabbir Rahman of Bangladesh.