The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli is one of the most active cricketers on social media platforms especially during the forced break due to the coronavirus pandemic. In recent times, he has been sharing a lot of pictures and videos of his Instagram account to keep his fans entertained. However, more often than nor the Indian leggie, Yuzvendra Chahal has taken a dig at Virat Kohli.
In his latest Instagram post, Kohli shared a picture with the Indian batsman, Shreyas Iyer captioned the picture as, “A kind of neighbour who lives 500 m away from us brought us some home made neer dosas and made us smile. A big Thank you to your mom amigo we haven’t had such delicious dosas for a longgg time. Hope you enjoyed the mushroom biryani we sent back. Good man @shreyas41. P.S- these are the new picture norms with social distancing”.
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A kind neighbour who lives 500 m away from us brought us some home made neer dosas and made us smile. A big Thank you to your mom amigo we haven't had such delicious dosas for a longgg time. Hope you enjoyed the mushroom biriyani we sent back. 😃 Good man @shreyas41 . P.S- these are the new picture norms with social distancing 🤙😎
The Indian leg-spinner, Yuzvendra Chahal then decided to take a funny dig as he requested Virat Kohli to send some biryani to him as well. He commented, “Bhaiya please send some biryani here only 1400 km away @virat.kohli”.
Earlier in the month, Virat Kohli had shared a workout video of himself where the Indian skipper accepted the challenge from Hardik Pandya as he aced the fly push-ups at home with adding a clap twist to it.
Ever since Virat Kohli made his international debut for India back in 2008 against Sri Lanka in an ODI he has emerged as one of the best batsmen in world cricket. In ODIs, Kohli has amassed as many as 11,867 runs at a phenomenal average of 59.33.
In Tests, Virat has scored 7,240 runs at a brilliant average of 53.62 in 86 Test matches. He has 27 Test centuries so far. He has scored 2,794 runs with an average of 50.80 in 82 T20Is. He and Babar Azam are teh only batsman in the world to maintain averages of more than 50 in all the formats.