Answer by Sandip More:
In a recently concluded Border-Gavaskar test series, Virat Kohli was struck by a nasty bouncer of Mitch Joshnson and the world has seen which was never seen in the history of the game. The sad demise of Phil Hughes made every Australian player forgot their rivalry on field which they are known for the decades. They are known for their aggressive brand of cricket and give oppositions a tough time with their bowling and batting and off course the sledging. But after this incident every Autralain player rushed to the Virat and they checked wheteher Virat is fine and there is no serious injury to him. Johnson who was firing all the cylinders in Ashes and known for those bullets fired at 150 Kmph was also looking a bit nervous.
Even umpires walked off to him and enquired whether he is ok. Mind you that was a kind of welcome delivery to the batsman who just walked in and yet to settle at the crease. The Australian's find an upper hand if they make opposition's batsman fumble at the start of his inning and if someone like Kohli does that then that's the icing on cake but they forget everything, they forgot win/loss and results and shown great sign of sportsmanship and respect to Virat.
I think this the rare incident that has happened in cricket and what Australians shown deserves a much appreciation. The following images show the how it went on and how they reacted to this.
The incident starts with this bullet fired up at Virat by Mitch.
Observe how Nathan Lyon is looking at Virat
Johnson and Chris Rogers (facing to Johnson) are trying to give courage to the Virat.
This one is the best. Clarke is trying to improve the morale of Johnson and he is regretting of that nasty bouncer.
These images will forever be remembered for the kind of gestures Australian's showed up and they hardly forgotten by a cricket lover like me.