ICC WTC Final: Virat Kohli shares a quick picture with Siraj and Ishant amid practice sessions

ICC WTC Final: Virat Kohli shares a quick picture with Siraj and Ishant amid practice sessions.

ICC WTC Final: With just four days left for the biggest cricketing event in the history of test cricket, the excitement amongst the fans is touching real heights. Amid all the practice sessions and Intrasquad test match simulations, Indian skipper Virat Kohli shared a quick post hailing two Indian quicks, Mohammad Siraj and Ishant Sharma.

Kohli posted a picture alongside Mohammad Siraj and Ishant Sharma across his social media handles and wrote, “These quicks are dominating every day.”

The Indian team is currently engaged in an intrasquad test match simulation and getting into the groove ahead of the ICC World Test Championship final.

The marquee clash of the final will begin on June 18th at Rose Bowl Southampton between India and New Zealand.

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The BCCI, although, did not reveal the complete scoreboard of the test match simulation, but gave a couple of hints.

According to the tweets from BCCI, Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant scored an unbeaten century in the simulation while Shubman Gill scored 85 runs and Ravindra Jadeja amassed an unbeaten 54.

Talking about the bowlers, Ishant Sharma and Mohammad Siraj were two pacers who picked wickets. The former picked three wickets while the latter scalped two.

If the reports from sources are to be believed, Rohit Sharma scored 80+ runs while KL Rahul smacked the century in the simulation.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday revealed the actual prize money for the finals. In the press release from ICC, the winner of the final will receive a whopping 1.6 Million USD while the runner up will get $800,000. 

The other teams will also get their shares of prize money, according to the ICC.

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