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IND vs AUS: Kohli was seen playing with Pink gloves and bat in Sydney test, reason will make you proud

In the Sydney Test, Virat Kohli came to bat at number 4. But, this time he landed with a pinkish colour, from the grip of the bat to the sticker, all were painted in pink. There was a special reason for Kohli to do this.
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In the Sydney Test, Virat Kohli came to bat at number 4. But, this time he landed with a pinkish colour, from the grip of the bat to the sticker, all were painted in pink. There was a special reason for Kohli to do this.
In fact, the test match played at the beginning of the year in Sydney is called the Pink Test. In order to give special attention to this, Kohli used the pink grip on his bat and gloves. However, before knowing the history of the Pink Test and its connection to Sydney, we will tell you that Virat Kohli also broke the International record made by Sachin, Lara, Ponting of fastest to 19,000 international runs on this special match.

History of the Pink Test in Sydney:


The Pink Test in Sydney was first played in 2009 which was played between Australia and South Africa. This practice has been running continuously since then. So far, 10 Pink Test matches have been played and this time the 11th Sydney Test being played between India and Australia.

Funds for McGrath Foundation:

Former Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath's wife Jane McGrath died due to breast cancer. The amount raised from this test match is given to the Glenn McGrath Foundation.
This foundation also works for education in Australia as well as people towards breast cancer in Australia. To support this great initiative Indian captain Virat Kohli batted with Pink bat and gloves.
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