Warner and Kohli engage in a hilarious banter on Instagram

Indian captain Virat Kohli and Australia opener David Warner are great rivals on the field but they are good friends off the field. The two stalwarts recently got involved in hilarious banter on micro-blogging platform Instagram over a cricket bat.

It all started when Australian opener posted a picture of his amazing collection of cricket bats which was really amazing. Warner himself took to his official Instagram handle to post the marvellous photo along with a caption that reads: ‘Stock-taking time!!’.

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Stock-taking time!! @spartansportsau #needafewmore 😂😂

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Meanwhile, India’s run-machine who came across this post was at his witty best as he left a hilarious remark on the southpaw’s post. “And you wanted one more bat from me,” wrote the Indian skipper.

In response to Virat Kohli, David Warner laughed it off first before replying he needs only one bat.

Check out the banter below

Warner and Kohli engage in a hilarious banter on Instagram

India and Australia played top-level cricket during the just-concluded three-match ODI series. David Warner and Virat Kohli were statistically good in numbers in the series and notable contribution from Warner came when he scored a match-winning century in the first match that helped Australia beat India by ten wickets while Kohli chipped in with 78 and 89 in the last two games.

Virat Kohli is currently leading his team in their tour of New Zealand comprising five T20Is, three ODIs, and two Tests. Virat Kohli and Co have already won the first T20I at Eden Park in Auckland by six wickets. The skipper Kohli was pretty decent in the game as he scored a quickfire 45. The next T20I match will be played at the same venue on January 26 (Sunday).

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