During tea, Kohli said sorry again and Zak told him not to worry. On the third day when Kohli apologised during tea, Zak told him, 'You've ended my career!'," Ishant said while sharing the anecdote.
Backing Ishant's statement, Zaheer humorously shared the incident with Virat, recalling the last time a dropped catch led to a 300-run innings. The trio light-heartedly joked about Kohli being annoyed with Ishant for bringing up the topic, but Ishant remained confident that his childhood friend Kohli would take it in good humor.
"I didn't say that. I said that there were only two players, the first was Kiran More who dropped Graham Gooch and he scored 300. After that, it's Virat Kohli who dropped a catch and someone scored 300. Then, he told me not to talk like that, naturally as he wouldn't have felt good about that. The catch was dropped and the runs were scored," Zaheer said.
A curious observation emerged as both Ishant and Zaheer achieved the same feat of 311 wickets and 11 five-wicket hauls each, yet Khan accomplished this in 92 Tests compared to Sharma's 105. This intriguing situation led the group to delve into the reasons behind Khan's failure to play 100 Tests for India.
(With inputs from ANI)">