Team India started their T20 World Cup 2022 campaign on a high note as Rohit Sharma & Co defeated the defending champions Australia by 6 runs at the Gabba in Brisbane. Team India locked horns with Australia in their first warm-up match in Brisbane and ended on a winning note, courtesy of the outstanding all-round performance of the 'Men In Blue'. However, it was Team India former skipper Virat Kohli who stole the show with his acrobatic fielding on the crucial stage of the match, which included a run-out of Tim David and a one-handed insane catch at the boundary line to dismiss dangerous-looking Pat Cummins. Virat Kohli catch at India vs Australia Warm-up match has been going viral ever since with fans hailing the 'King' for his fitness as well as fielding prowess.

In the IND vs AUS Warm-up match Virat Kohli catch video, you can see the 33-year-old cricketer jumping to his maximum to grab the ball struck by Pat Cummins on the long-on. Virat Kohli one-handed catch came in the last over of the 20th over which was bowled by veteran Mohammed Shami. In the last over, Australia needed 11 runs to win with Josh Inglis and Pat Cummins on the crease. While the first two balls went for 4 runs which included 2 runs each, Cummins decided to seal the deal by smashing Shami over long-on.

On the third ball of the last ball, Pat Cummins tried to strike the ball over long-on. At first, the commentators thought that the ball was going over the boundary line for six, however, Virat Kohli pulled out a one-handed acrobatic catch at the crucial moment and sent Cummins back to the pavilion. Following that Mohammed Shami did not let the Aussies come back into the game and ultimately Team India won the match by 6 runs.

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Winning the toss, Aaron Finch invited India to bat first at the Gabba. For Team India, KL Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav shined with the bat. While KL Rahul scored 57 off just 33 balls, Suryakuamr Yadav scored 50 off just 33 balls. In terms of bowling, Mohammed Shami turned out to be the best bowler despite the fact that he only bowled the last over and took 3 wickets. For Australia, captain Aaron Finch played a brilliant knock of 76 runs off 54 balls. Now, Team India will lock horns with New Zealand in their second warm-up match on October 19, 2022, before ultimately facing Pakistan in their T20 World Cup 2022 opener at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

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