The first match between Team India and Pakistan in the T20 World Cup last year is still fondly remembered by both cricket fans and former players. Virat Kohli had an outstanding effort at the renowned Melbourne Cricket Ground in the evening, which enabled India to win the match with the last pitch. At the MCG, Kohli remained unbeaten at 82 off 53 deliveries as he guided the side to a successful 160-run chase.

Everyone, including Haris Rauf, was amazed by the straight-six Kohli struck at one point in his innings on a length ball over the bowler’s head. It is still spoken about today. Haris and Pakistan captain Babar Azam were both shocked when Kohli moved across the wicket in the game’s 19th over and thumped the ball away for a big six.

In a recent appearance on Pakistan’s well-known show “Hasna Mana Hai,” Haris spoke about the shooting. When asked about his first reaction to the incident, Rauf said that the gunfire “hurt” him.

“Naturally, it hurt when the outcome was a six. I didn’t say anything, but it hurt me. I thought there was a problem, “said Haris.

Due to how unusual the shot is in cricket, the Pakistani speedster predicted that Kohli won’t try it again. “Anyone with even a passing knowledge of cricket is aware of the kind of player he is. He has previously played that shot, therefore I don’t think he can make it again. You can’t keep overlooking such sights since they are so rare. He perfectly timed it, and it went for a six “Speedy commented.

India also endured a 10-wicket loss to Jos Buttler’s team in the flagship tournament’s semifinals while Pakistan had advanced to the final, where they faced defeat by England.