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Mohammed Siraj Wrote A Beautiful Message For His ‘Superhero’ Virat Kohli

India’s star pacer Mohammed Siraj paid a heartfelt tribute to India’s modern-day legend Virat Kohli, who recently stepped down from the position of captaincy in the longest format of the game. During his captaincy stint of 7 years, Virat Kohli took the Indian cricket team to number 1 position in the ICC rankings and registered several memorable wins.

Ever since Virat Kohli announced his big decision, social media has been buzzing with reactions from the fans to the news. India’s pacer Mohammed Siraj also took to Twitter and shared an emotional post for his ‘captain’ Virat Kohli.

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It is a well-known fact that Siraj shares a close bond with Virat. Not just he loves Kohli but also respects him to a great deal as it was under the guidance and leadership of Virat Kohli that Mohammed Siraj flourished as a bowler –  in both the Indian Test team and with RCB in the IPL.

On Tuesday, Siraj took to Twitter and shared three pictures of himself with Kohli – 1 in the whites and 2 in Royal Challengers Bangalore colors, and stated that Kohli will always be his captain. Sharing the picture, Siraj also called Virat ‘superhero’ and thanked him for all the support and encouragement that he received from him. He wrote:

“To my superhero, I cannot be thankful enough for the support and the encouragement that I got from you. You have always been my great brother. Thank you for trusting me and believing in me for all these years. For seeing the great at my worst. You will be always be my captain King Kohli,”

Here, check out the post:

Also Read: 5 Biggest Contributions By Virat Kohli As India’s Test Captain

Unnati Madan

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