In 2014, England women’s cricketer Danielle Wyatt caught a lot of eyeballs for proposing Indian skipper Virat Kohli during the 2014 T20 World Cup.
She featured in the English team which recently won the women’s World Cup by defeating India in the big final at Lord’s.
On Monday, Wyatt shared a picture on Twitter of the bat which Virat Kohli had gifted her, with the caption: “Back training this week. Can’t wait to use this beast ????? Thanks, @imVkohli #ping #middlesbiggerthanme ?”.
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) September 10, 2017
However, she misspelled Kohli’s name as Kholi and this was reason enough for Indian fans to show their anger. However, in 2014, she committed the same mistake in 2014 as well, it seems she does this deliberately to grab the attention. Here are the reactions of some Indian cricket fans:
Its "kohli", not "kholi" (kholi in a native indian language means a room)
— PAVAN SHARMA (@Pavan_sharma_07) September 11, 2017
those asking @Danni_Wyatt to spell Kohli's name properly, bhai logo bhawnao ko samjho …kohli ho ya kholi ki farak painda hai
— Saurabh Thapliyal (@saurabhthapliya) September 11, 2017
Kholi again 😂!! Kholi means room & Virat means big/huge !! It means there's "big/huge room" for improvement 😂😂😂
Best wishes 👍👍
— AB de Villiers (@CricNik4u) September 11, 2017
Not your fault it's the commentators , ''Vyraat kholiiiiiiiii hits it over mid on for four''
— Umang Manek (@umangmanek) September 11, 2017