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[Watch] Virat Kohli Shows Off Chiseled Six-Pack Abs Before T20 World Cup Warm-Up Clash

Virat Kohli showing his abs ahead of Bangladesh clash (x.com)Virat Kohli showing his abs ahead of Bangladesh clash (x.com)

India have entered the final phase of their T20 World Cup preparations, with a warm-up match against Bangladesh. Prior to the game, Virat Kohli was seen warming up and flaunting his six-pack abs.

Virat Kohli always places a high priority on fitness. He has consistently maintained a fit and athletic physique, and his commitment to fitness has been a crucial factor in his long-lasting career.

Watch: Kohli flaunting his six-pack abs

Virat Kohli recently rejoined the Indian squad after opting for separate travel to the US following a period spent with his family. During this time, he was observed enjoying dinner with his wife, Anushka Sharma, and friends.

Virat Kohli had a remarkable IPL season this year. He ended IPL as the top scorer and won the  Orange Cap, Kohli is brimming with confidence. 

Throughout the tournament, Kohli scored 741 runs in 15 innings, with an excellent average of 61.75. He secured one century and five half-centuries, all achieved at a striking rate exceeding 154.

However uncertainty looms over Virat Kohli's batting position at present. While some speculate that Kohli could bat at number 3, with Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal opening. 

But cricketing legends like Ganguly anticipate Kohli to open, like to his role in the IPL for RCB.

Pant scored a quick 50, while Samson failed in warmup game

Rishabh Pant showcased his skills with the bat by scoring a quick 53 off just 32 balls against Bangladesh in warm up match, despite batting at number 3. 

However, his counterpart, Sanju Samson, who opened the innings failed, managing only 1 run from 6 balls before being dismissed by Shoriful Islam. 

This performance has fueled speculation about who will secure the starting keeper position for India, with Pant currently seeming to have the edge over Sanju.

As of the time publishing, India have ended their innings at 182-5, thanks to a half-century from Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya's blitz.