RCB’s New Recruit Wanindu Hasaranga’s Old Posts About Virat Kohli Are Going Viral

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The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli, is one of the most loved and admired cricketers worldwide. All thanks to his batting masterclass and stunning performances, he is hailed as the modern legend of this game. Millions of young fans look up to him as their inspiration and role model.

RCB’s New Recruit Wanindu Hasaranga’s Old Posts About Virat Kohli Are Going Viral

But his fan following isn’t just limited to that, the reach of his popularity is so deep-rooted that even his fellow cricketers admire him for his game and don’t shy away from expressing their admiration in front of the world.

Wanindu Hasaranga, the Sri Lankan cricketer and the latest recruit of Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore, received love from the fans after his old posts about Virat Kohli went viral on social media.

Hasaranga has been roped in by Royal Challengers Bangalore for the upcoming second leg of the IPL 2021, which was suspended mid-way because of the outbreak of the Coronavirus within the bio-bubble. Wanindu would be replacing Australian spinner Adam Zampa after he decided to pull out of the remainder of the 2021 edition of the IPL.

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Meanwhile, a few old posts of Wanindu has been going viral on social media, where he has hailed the brilliance of Virat Kohli on several occasions. Considering these old posts of Wanindu, he seems like a big fan of the Indian skipper.

Here, check out the old posts:





Meanwhile, Wanindu Hasaranga and Dushmantha Chameera, both the Sri Lankan players who are going to play for RCB in the upcoming leg of IPL 2021, are yet to get clearance from the board. As per a report by Cricbuzz, Board secretary Mohan de Silva was quoted saying:

I don’t know, I have to check. We are under lockdown till the end of the month.” He added: “We have not taken any decision yet as they will have to apply for the NOCs. We are not aware of these players being selected, neither have they sought permission from us.”