Drive carefully else you can be out on Zero like Kohli: Uttarakhand Police

Drive carefully ; Uttarakhand Police as virat kohli out on duck

  • Uttarakhand Police tweet safety advisory on Twitter for drivers and also poked some fun at India captain Virat Kohli

England cricket team beat the Indian cricket team convincingly in the 1st T20 International. And take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.

And Uttarakhand Police has taken an opportunity to guide drivers for safety rules in a funny manner.

India team captain, Virat Kohli got out on a duck in the match. He was rapped on the gloves by a Jofra Archer bouncer in the previous over, and he tried to take on Adil Rashid by lofting him inside-out. But he ended up lobbing the ball up to Chris Jordan at mid-off, for a simple catch.

Uttarakhand Police tweet safety advisory on Twitter for drivers and also poked some fun at India captain Virat Kohli

And, Uttarakhand Police came up with a funny tweet soon after his dismissal. In the tweet Uttarakhand’s Police given the India captain’s example to advise readers against rash driving.

Also, The Uttarakhand Police tweeted a picture of the India captain walking off the pitch, with his helmet still on, with a message in Hindi that reads “Just wearing a helmet is not enough. It’s imperative to drive with total concentration, or you can also get out on zero like Kohli.”

Indian cricket team suffered a batting collapse, and Shreyas Iyer had to play a rescue act, with his half-century anchoring them to a respectable total of 124.

England cricket team comfortably chased down the target in 15.3 overs, with eight wickets to spare.

England’s Jason Roy led the chase, smashing 49 off 32 deliveries. Roy hit four boundaries and three sixes, before being trapped leg-before by Washington Sundar.

But it was too late by the time he departed and Jonny Bairstow and Dawid Malan saw England home as they took a 1-0 lead in the series.

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