WATCH – Virat Kohli’s Gesture In Brisbane Ahead Of The Game
By CricShots - Nov 21, 2018 7:13 pm
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The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli has recently come back from a break to the national squad after a small break during the three-match T20I series. He is currently leading the team in the ongoing three-match T20I series against Australia. He took the captaincy role from Rohit Sharma, who led the team to a 3-0 whitewash in the T20I series against the Windies. After reaching Down Under, he has got fully involved in the preparations in order to start their campaign on an auspicious note.

Virat Kohli is always warmed with his fans

The Men in Blue played opening T20I against the Aussies at The Gabba in Brisbane. India won the toss and elected to field first and the decision was quite expected as the visitors are having a power-packed batting lineup, but they failed to chase down a total of 174 in 17 overs (D/L method) and lost by just 4 runs. Meanwhile, Virat also did his bit for the supporters. Apart from the home fans, a lot of Indians were also present at the renowned venue.

WATCH – A Fan Breaches Boundary To Take A Selfie With Virat Kohli

The Indian contingent in the crowd would’ve wished to get a glimpse of Kohli and for their hero to sign autographs for them and the Indian skipper went up to the fans and served to their requests. A few kids present there already screamed in joy after seeing Virat coming towards them. Some even went on to take selfies with him when he was giving away the autographs.

Here is the video:

This isn’t the first time, Kohli has done some heart-warming gesture for his fans. During the five-match Test series against England, he went up to a supporter, who was eagerly waiting for the Indian cricketers to give up an autograph. While the others ignored her, Kohli didn’t let her down.

Virat was subsequently showered with praises from every nook and corner of the country. For the time, the Indian skipper would be hoping for India to shed the disappointment of their overseas tours this year of England and South Africa, and put their best foot forward in Australia.