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Kane Williamson Came Up With A Funny Reply To Virat Kohli’s Post On Instagram

The Indian cricket skipper Virat Kohli is known for his flamboyant attitude and is known to be extremely aggressive on the field. Every now and then we see him getting involved in a lot of verbal volleys too often. But he respects one and all and that is the reason why he shares a great camaraderie with certain overseas cricketers.

Similarly, Virat Kohli shares a great bond with Kane Williamson, the skipper of the New Zealand cricket team. Both the cricketers are good friends and were last seen playing against each other during India’s tour to New Zealand. During the T20I series, both the skippers were resting and were seen having n extremely friendly chat sitting on the sidelines.

On Friday, Virat Kohli took to his social media and shared a black and white picture with Kane Williamson, where both can be seen walking together for the toss ahead of one of the Test matches. In the picture, the two can be seen in between a conversation. Sharing the picture, Virat wrote:

“Love our chats. Good man,”

Here, check out the post of Virat Kohli:

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Love our chats . Good man @kane_s_w

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The post was soon flooded with amazing reactions from the cricket fans. However, the best one came from Kane Williamson only.

Williamson was quick to notice the post and come up with an amazing reply to the Indian skipper. In his comment, Kane wrote that he is looking forward to the next match. He also that he is trying to figure out who is taller. He wrote:

“Same here bro, looking forward to the next one! … also trying to work out who is taller?”

To this Virat Kohli came up with an amazing reply and wrote that he believes he is the taller one among the two. He wrote:“@kane_s_w haha same here bro. I’m taller I guess or rather I believe”

Here, check out the comments:

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson were all set to play for Royal Challengers Bangalore and Surnisers Hyderabad, their respective IPL teams in the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League, which has now been suspended till further notice because of Coronavirus pandemic. If sources are to be believed then the BCCI is looking for a July-August window for hosting the IPL.

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