Virat Kohli after scoring a double ton against West Indies got a new admirer in the West Indies. Legendary Vic Richards’ son Mali is amazed by Virat’s double ton at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium which helped India to win the match by one innings and 92 runs in Antigua.
Mali Richards, who has played 18 first class matches, now owns an art gallery- The House of Creativity. His dad was one of the most destructive batsmen during his times. Now Mali and his artist friends have a new inspiration-Virat Kohli.
Mali gifted a painting of Virat celebrating his double ton at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
“We were excited when we found out that Kohli is going to be Antigua for the first Test. We wanted to do something creative for him but back then we did not know the exact date of his arrival,” Mali told BCCI.TV.
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“We decided to commemorate his maiden double hundred as he registered the milestone here in Antigua. We prepared the entire painting in just one day and came here to present it to him,” said Mali.
Meanwhile, Indian team is enjoying their West Indies tour. Captain Virat Kohli has had enjoyed meal with his teammates.
Virat wants to win this Test series by a 4-0 margin. The second Test will start on Saturday in Jamaica.