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Mitchell Starc Sends Personal Messages To Virat Kohli On Wrong Twitter Account

After Virat Kohli made it clear that his ‘friendship comment’ during the post-match conference was meant for only a couple of Australian players, Australian fast-bowler Mitchell Starc made a desperate attempt to ensure he was not among the ‘couple of individuals’ who are not considered as friends by the India skipper.

With the recently-concluded series marred with numerous controversies and Kohli being targeted by the Australian media and players throughout, the 28-year-old expressed his emotions after the Dharamsala Test by saying he does not consider the Australians his friend.

But with his statement causing a big controversy, Kohli took to Twitter to say that his answer was not meant for the whole Australian team, but only for a couple of individuals.

And sensing an opportunity, Starc, who had to return to Australia midway through the series due to an injury, made an attempt to remain on the good books of his former IPL skipper. However, he made a slight mistake in his attempt as instead of sending the message to the Virat Kohli, he sent it to his parody account.

The Australian speedster, who has pulled out of this year’s IPL, messaged his parody account:

“Hey friend 🙂 Hopefully, I don’t have to look for a new ipl team?? Haha media hey!

“Didn’t get a chance to have a proper catch-up mate but Congrats on the series win and on your summer personally… I hope that shoulder is on the mend and not too bad. Good luck for the ipl, here’s hoping to an RCB win. Cheers mate.”

The owner of the parody account shared the screenshots of the message sent by Starc.


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