Team India registered a record-breaking win in 3rd and final ODI against Sri Lanka to complete a 3-0 whitewash at home. It was a near-perfect performance from the Men in Blue as both batters and bowlers combined to set up the win. Batting first, Team India posted a mammoth total of 390 thanks to twin centuries from Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli. While Gill scored 116, Virat Kohli went on to score the fastest 150 on home soil.
While the cricketing world was in awe after watching Virat's another masterful innings, a Pakistani fan indirectly called the Indian star a flat-track bully. A Twitter user, Haroon, tweeted that if Pakistan skipper Babar Azam would have gotten a chance to bat on flat Indian pitches, he would have scored 25 ODI centuries by now.
The tweet soon went viral, and Indian fans didn't hold back while trolling the user. While one user reminded him of flat tracks of Pakistan in the recently concluded Test series against England and New Zealand, other users compared Babar Azam's strike rate in T20s to Kohli's average.
Check out the reactions here:
Virat Kohli will next play in the ODI series against New Zealand, starting on January 27. Kohli and Rohit Sharma have not been included in the T20I series starting on January 18.