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Royal Challengers Bangalore star Virat Kohli is a stalwart of Indian cricket. The right-handed batter has already inspired several others to take up the sport and still has a few good years of cricket left in him. The former India captain may not be the skipper of the national team anymore but is a highly respected individual in the world cricketing fraternity and a youngster wouldn't want to leave a bad impression on him.

During Bangalore's match against Chennai Super Kings on Wednesday though, Mukesh Choudhary was given the very first over by captain MS Dhoni. While Choudhary delivered a decent over, in the last ball of the over, on which there was a gentle push by Kohli after he had hit the last ball for four, the left-arm pacer hurled a throw back at the stumps which hit Kohli.

However, Choudhary was quick to raise his hand up as an apology which even seemed to be acknowledged by Kohli.

Here is the video: