Virat Kohli’s former coach’s prediction came true! (AFP Photo)
The Indian cricket team has made it to the finals by showing brilliant performance in the ODI World Cup-2023. This team, captained by Rohit Sharma, entered the final by defeating New Zealand in the first semi-final match. Team India won this match brilliantly and remained unbeaten and made it to the title match. In the final, Team India will face Australia at Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday and before the final, a video of the former coach of Team India batsman Virat Kohli is going viral in which he had said some things before the semi-final match and all these things came true. .
This video is of Mike Hesson, who was the coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL. Kohli is also a part of this team. Hesson has also been the coach of New Zealand. Before the first semi-final match played between India and New Zealand, Hesson had made some predictions about both the teams and they have proved to be absolutely true.
From Kohli’s century to Shami’s power
Hesson had said some things while talking on Sky Sports New Zealand before the India and New Zealand semi-final match. He had said that the Indian team would win this match by 70 runs. Whereas Kohli will break the record of Sachin Tendulkar by scoring 50th ODI century in this match. Not only this, he had said about Mohammed Shami that Shami can take seven wickets. Hesson had also said some things about New Zealand. He had said that New Zealand’s middle order batsman Darryl Mitchell will play a brilliant innings against India. This video is currently going viral on social media and Hesson has also shared it on his Instagram story but TV9 Bharatvarsh does not confirm this video.
Wildest prediction I’ve ever seen in cricket.
This is right before the IND vs NZ semi-final
— Mikku 🐼 (@effucktivehumor) November 18, 2023
prophecy came true
The things that Hesson is seen saying in this video proved to be true. Batting first in this match, Team India scored 397 runs losing four wickets. Virat Kohli had scored a century in this match. He played an inning of 117 runs in 113 balls and left Sachin Tendulkar behind by scoring his 50th ODI century. In response to India’s huge score, the New Zealand team had scored 327 runs and lost the match by 70 runs. The same number of runs that Hesson did not mention. Shami had taken seven wickets in his name in this match. For New Zealand, Mitchell scored a century and scored the maximum of 134 runs.