Cricketers are very popular among fans and when they share something on social media, it becomes viral in no time. However, Nicholas Pooran has joined the list too. The swashbuckling batsman had tweeted about Chennai Super Kings (CSK) which went viral as well.
It was last year when the Kings XI Punjab wicket-keeper batsman’s tweet on social media which he did way back. However, Kings XI Punjab lost to Chennai Super Kings at Dubai International Stadium in Dubai as they won the game by 10 wickets as well.
Nicolas Pooran had scored 33 off just 17 balls whereas KL Rahul scored 63 runs to help KXIP post a total of 178. But the bowlers failed to take a wicket against CSK and they lost the game eventually. After the defeat, his tweet went viral which he posted on his birthday on October 3, 2013, “Is there a better birthday gift than beating Chennai Super Kings?”
Is there a better birthday gift than beating chennai super kings?
— NickyP (@nicholas_47) October 3, 2013
However, Nicholas Pooran married Alyssa Miguel on Tuesday. He posted a picture of the ceremony on his official social media handle on Instagram and announced the good news to his fans. Captioning the picture, Nicholas Pooran wrote: “Jesus has blessed me with many things in this life. None greater than having you in my life @kathrina_miguel. Welcoming Mr. and Mrs. Pooran.”
Meanwhile, PBKS congratulated the couple on Twitter and wrote, “Many congratulations on the start of this beautiful partnership. Wishing you both a lifetime of happiness @nicholas_47.”
Many congratulations on the start of this beautiful partnership. 💫
— Punjab Kings (@PunjabKingsIPL) June 1, 2021
However, Nicholas Pooran had a forgettable time in the IPL 2021. He could only score 28 runs in the seven matches that PBKS played with a highest of 19 runs as well. On the other hand, a recent BCCI release confirmed that the rest of the 31 games of the IPL 2021 will be taking place in the UAE in September. A total of only 29 matches have taken place before the cash-rich league was postponed due to a surge in COVID-19 cases inside the bio-bubble.