Watch: Cameron Green hilariously hands the mic to Virat Kohli during his own interview and walks away

Hilarious moment between Cameron Green and Virat Kohli

Cameron Green and Virat Kohli were involved in a funny incident during the ongoing game between Royal Challengers Bengaluru and Kolkata Knight Riders at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

The incident took place during the drinks break when Cameron Green was presenting Virat Kohli with the orange cap for becoming the leading run-scorer in IPL 2024. The former RCB captain scored his second consecutive half-century to propel his team to a competitive total. of 182 for 6 in the allotted 20 overs.

Virat Kohli started his IPL 2024 campaign with a 21-run knock against Chennai Super Kings. In the second game against Punjab Kings, he scored 77 runs off 49 balls. And in his third match against KKR, the former India captain scored an unbeaten 83. His knock came off 59 balls and he was riddled with four fours and as many sixes.

After the innings, the commentators interviewed Cameron Green and asked him to present the orange cap to his teammate. The Australian all-rounder gave Kohli the cap before hilariously handing him the microphone as well. Ian Bishop, who was the commentator, laughed before asking Kohli to hand the microphone back to Cameron Green.

Watch the funny incident between Virat Kohli and Cameron Green:

Meanwhile, Cameron Green said that RCB are delighted with the score they achieved against KKR. He also spoke about his batting position and said that he loves to bat at number three.

“Very happy with that (overall), we saw how the pitch was playing, the cutters were obviously working, hopefully it stays the same in the second innings. We have to wait and see,” said Cameron Green.

“I love playing there (number three). You have a little more freedom in the last two overs of the powerplay. It is always nice to bat with Virat, today he looked beautiful again,” he added.

Meanwhile, KKR are off to an excellent start to their innings thanks to Sunil Narine’s blistering knock of 47 off just 22 balls. At the time of writing this report, KKR were 92 for 1 in the eighth over.