When Joe Root threw his bat on the ground after scoring a century in the final ODI between India and England last month, he wouldn't have thought that the act will be avenged so soon. 

Source: Express.Co.UK

Root scored centuries in two consecutive matches and played a huge role in England's 2-1 series win. 

So obviously, he was charged up and threw his bat on the ground like a singer throws his mic on the ground after his performance. 

Source: Indian Express

It was like- 'Hey you, look at me'.

So Kohli looked, waited too. 

Source: Zee News

On the opening day of the first Test, he sent Root back to the pavilion with a beautiful throw at the stumps and followed it with some flying kisses and obviously, a mic drop. 

Source: India Today

I can't decide what was more damaging, the way Kohli dismissed him or the way he celebrated.

But I am pretty sure Root can. 

This is what Root said regarding his celebration, after the ODI:

It was the most embarrassing thing I've done on a cricket field.

But guess it was too late by then. You don't throw shade at Indian cricketers and you certainly don't throw your bat.