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Champions Trophy 2017: Yuvraj & Kohli Showcase Supernatural Powers

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: June 14, 2017, 11:06 AM IST
Champions Trophy 2017: Yuvraj & Kohli Showcase Supernatural Powers

Photo Credit: Yuvraj Singh/ Instagram

New Delhi: Having defeated South Africa in their last group game to qualify for the semi-final at the Oval on Sunday, Team India has been taking it easy over the last two days and skipper Virat Kohli and senior-pro Yuvraj Singh took time to showcase their supernatural powers to their loving fans and followers on social media.

Taking to Instagram, Yuvraj posted a video that was clicked by Kohli which shows the left-hander open and close a door just by moving his hands like super heroes. The video was clicked outside the Oval pavilion and the post read: “When u think u have super powers ! video courtesy @virat.kohli.”

When u think u have super powers ! video courtesy @virat.kohli

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Yuvraj started the Champions Trophy with a bang in the game against arch-rivals Pakistan as he hit a 32-ball 53. He failed against Sri Lanka in the next game and managed just 7 before showing some form against South Africa and remained unbeaten on 23 off 25 balls as India romped home by 8 wickets.

The Indian team enjoyed their win against South Africa on Sunday by taking it easy on Monday and Tuesday and the boys are expected to sweat it out on Wednesday as they gear up for the challenge to face Bangladesh in the second semi-final in Birmingham on Thursday.

While India hold the edge against Bangladesh, skipper Kohli has said that the players will not be taking it easy against their Asian rivals. "We played in Birmingham before. We like that pitch. It suits our game," said Kohli after the win over South Africa. "There's no looking back. There's always room for improvement. We can't rest on your laurels.”
First Published: June 14, 2017, 11:05 AM IST

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