Virat’s Sky-High Save: Anand Mahindra’s Witty Plea to Newton Goes Viral

In a spectacular display of athleticism, Indian cricket star Virat Kohli, renowned for his exceptional fitness, grabbed the spotlight once again during the 3rd T20I clash between India and Afghanistan at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Despite facing an unusual dismissal with a golden duck, the 35-year-old showcased his brilliance on the field with a remarkable single-handed save.

The noteworthy incident occurred in the 17th over while Karim Janat was at the crease. Janat unleashed a powerful backfoot shot against Washington Sundar, sending the ball soaring towards long-on. Just when it seemed like the ball would clear the boundary, Kohli defied gravity with a high leap, skillfully flipping the ball back into play and saving five crucial runs for his team.

Kohli’s acrobatic feat not only drew admiration for his fielding prowess but also sparked comparisons to speedster Jasprit Bumrah’s bowling action due to the striking resemblance. The captivating moment quickly went viral on social media platforms, capturing the attention of cricket enthusiasts worldwide.

Adding a humorous touch to the incident, Anand Mahindra, Chairman and Team Member of the Mahindra Group, took to Twitter to share the viral photo. He humorously addressed Sir Isaac Newton, suggesting the need for a new law of physics to explain Kohli’s gravity-defying act, saying, “Hello, Isaac Newton? Could you help us define a new law of physics to account for this phenomenon of anti-gravity?”

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