WATCH: “Bro f***ing Virat Kohli hit a triple century,” IShowSpeed compares ex-India skipper with Glenn Maxwell after Aussie’s double century in ODI World Cup

Kohli is yet to hit a double century or a triple century in white-ball formats, with his highest innings being a 183-run knock in ODIs which he slammed against Pakistan in 2012.


WATCH: “Bro f***ing Virat Kohli hit a triple century,” IShowSpeed compares ex-India skipper with Glenn Maxwell after Aussie’s double century in ODI World Cup

Glenn Maxwell, IShowSpeed, Virat Kohli (Images via ESPNcricinfo, YouTube)

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell lit up the Wankhede Stadium while feasting on Afghanistan bowlers to guide his team to a three-wicket victory with a stunning double-century in the ongoing ODI World Cup. After his monster innings, one can only assume the entire cricket fraternity erupting in utter rapture with nothing but praise for the all-rounder. But not YouTube streamer IShowSpeed!

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As he calls himself a die-hard Virat Kohli fan, IShowSpeed could not digest the fact that Maxwell hit a double century. For him, double centuries are mere things in cricket, and he believes Kohli hit a triple century, leaving the gaming community in laughter.

Who the f**k is Glenn Maxwell bro? Damn. Wait what did he do? What did he do? He hit a double century. Bro f***ing Virat Kohli hit a triple century bro. Get the f**k out of here bro. Virat Kohli does this every day in this game bro. Double century is for rookies bro. And he did it on Afghanistan. Do it on India bro. 
IShowSpeed said on his YouTube channel.

It’s worth noting that Kohli is yet to hit a double century or a triple century in white-ball formats, with his highest innings being a 183-run knock in ODIs which he slammed against Pakistan in 2012. He has hit seven double tons in Tests.

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Adam Gilchrist says Glenn Maxwell can save ODI cricket

Australia were reeling at 91/7 when Glenn Maxwell’s flurry innings drove his team to the 292-run target against Afghanistan. From 128 balls, Maxwell scored an unbeaten 201 runs with 21 fours and 10 sixes, at a strike rate of 157.03.

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Glenn Maxwell (Image via ESPNcricinfo)

Australia legend Adam Gilchrist, while speaking on the Club Prairie Fire podcast, lavished praise on Glenn Maxwell for his breathtaking knock against Afghanistan. Gilchrist feels Maxwell’s innings could potentially save ODI cricket.

There has been debates and discussion surrounding the fate of ODI cricket as many believe its popularity is decreasing due to T20 cricket. Gilchrist believes T20 cricket doesn’t allow one to rebuild and relaunch the innings like ODIs do and often one can watch “miraculous” victories in this format.

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