Virat Kohli having 'a blast': Impromptu Cricket
Virat Kohli having ‘a blast’: Impromptu cricket
Seems like Indian Test skipper is having a gala time after his first ever test series win as a captain. The dashing cricketer with huge fanbase all around the globe recently became the most followed person on Twitter, the popular microblogging site, surpassing his childhood idol Sachin Tendulkar. Now, he has posted a delightful picture of him playing cricket just like his young age.
The cricketer got a chance to enjoy some free time out of his usually busy schedule before again joining the official matches against Bangladesh A and South Africa and was seen enjoying gully cricket. Looking fabulous as always in shirt and a pair of denims, the cricketer was clicked taking a stance with his specs on in a casual set up that reminded him of the time when he was a kid.
He took his official page in the social networking site Facebook to share this picture and also attached a message along. He wrote, “Impromptu cricket! Had a blast! Felt like when I played gully cricket”.
Here is the post from the cricketer:
Impromptu cricket! Had a blast! Felt like when I played gully cricket
The whole cricket-crazy nation is looking forward to the home series versus South Africa. The series will start from the 2nd of october. Virat Kohli, along with other senior teammates like MS Dhoni and Ambati Rayudu will be seen playing for the India A side as a warm-up for the South Africa series.
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