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Leaked: Virat Kohli’s conversation with Ravi Shastri discusses strategy for New Zealand batsman ahead of WTC final | extra time

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Team India captain Virat Kohli with head coach Ravi Shastri during the pre-departure press conference on Wednesday.

Extra Time Web Desk: A leaked audio of a conversation between India captain Virat Kohli and head coach Ravi Shastri is going viral on social media. The incident happened before the pre-departure press conference started on Wednesday. Both Virat and Shastri were watching live matches on TV screens in the press conference room and discussing strategies to deal with the Kiwi batsman ahead of the ICC World Test Championship final. He had no idea that the press conference was already live.

In the audio, Kohli can be heard speaking- ‘hum inko round the wicket dalwayenge, left handers hai inpe, Lala Siraj sabko start se hi laga denge.

Ravi Shastri replied on the same comment – “Hmm”.

Here is the leaked audio from the press of Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri.

Kohli was referring to Mohammed Shami (Lala) and Siraj, indicating that the two may get a chance to play in the final of the WTC which will take place in a few days from June 18. It will be interesting whether the two get a chance to play. Blackcaps or not.

India will take on New Zealand in the final of the ICC World Test Championship at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton from June 18.

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