Virat Kohli bats  during the 1st One day International match between India and Australia held at the Wankhede Stadium
Virat Kohli bats during the 1st One day International match between India and Australia held at the Wankhede Stadium
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Indian skipper Virat Kohli has dominated the cricketing world with top-notch batting techniques for which he is recognised as one of the best cricketers in the current era.

But did Twitterati just figure out his weakness as a batsman? After an early dismissal against Australia by Adam Zampa in their first ODI, many have pointed out Kohli's inability to face spinners, especially, leg spinners.

According to stats, Kohli has been dismissed by spinners on most occassions in the ODI's. Mohandas Menon, a cricket statistician, was quick to point out the number of times Kohli has been dismissed by spinners. "Virat Kohli dismissed by a spinner on most occasions in ODIs, 4 - Graeme Swann/Suraj Randiv/Adam Zampa," he wrote.

Another user took a bold dig at Kohli and said, "Virat Kohli can't play left arm fast bowling and leg spin."

Coming back to the match between India and Australia, Kohli came to bat at number four and was caught and bowled by Adam Zampa after scoring 16 runs off 14 balls. Zampa has now dismissed Kohli four times in seven ODI innings.

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