Virat Kohli Posted A Picture On Instagram And Got Trolled Badly By Cricketers

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The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli just like the cricketers around the world is forced to stay at home away from the game because of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. As not much is happening in the cricket world, cricketers are spending their time on social media more than ever and are often seen indulging in hilarious social media banters.

On Thursday, Virat Kohli took to his social media and shared a stunning picture of himself, where he can be seen reading a book. Sharing the picture, he expressed how he is enjoying his first proper Mumbai Monsoon. He wrote:

“Great weather in Mumbai. Sitting out enjoying the beginning of my first proper experience of Mumbai monsoon. Couldn’t be a better time to start reading something. ?️?”

Here, check out the Instagram post of Virat Kohli:

As soon as the tweet caught eyes, the post went viral and was flooded with amazing reactions from fans and cricketers. Many current and former cricketers joined the bandwagon and reacted to Virat Kohli’s Instagram post, including the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s teammate AB de Villiers, however, it were the comments from David Warner and Harbhajan Singh that took the cake. Virat Kohli even came up with amazing replies to many comments.

AB de Villiers called Kohli “sophisticated” while reacting to the post. Replying to AB’s comment on his post, Virat Kohli came up with an amazing reply and wrote: “learnt from the best. Biscootti”

Here, check out the comments:

Harbhajan Singh took a dig at Kohli and asked him whether he is ‘reading grehshoba ?’ Here, check out his comment:

On the other hand, David Warner also tried to troll Virat Kohli and wrote “Bit of grey in that beard young feller @virat.kohli,“. To which Virat Kohli replied: “Wisdom mate”

Here, check out the comments:

Meanwhile, in normal circumstances, all these cricketers would have been competing against each other in the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League, which was suspended because of the Coronavirus pandemic.