Virat Kohli is doted on by his millions and millions of fans across the globe. Whenever the 34-year-old is attending any event away from the cricket field, fans throng in huge numbers to have a glimpse of their favorite cricketer.
Recently, Virat Kohli did something really special for a young fan and that has once again eked him the love and praise of his fans.
The Delhi-born cricketer has been someone who has always appreciated and acknowledged the love he’s gotten from his fans in India and away from home. He often fulfills the requests of his fans for an autograph or a selfie.
Currently, on a break ahead of the Asia Cup 2023, Virat Kohli was at a function where his special gesture for a young fan went viral.
After the conclusion of the event, Virat Kohli stood for some pictures with fans. As the cricketer was about to leave, one fan requested him for a photo. Even though Kohli had to leave, he himself called up this fan for a photo before leaving swiftly. The young fan was all smiles and was elated immensely as he finally got to click with KING Kohli.
Here, check out the video:
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“India can win the World Cup if Virat Kohli…”: AB de Villiers
With the World Cup 2023 less than a couple of months away, former South African captain and legendary cricketer AB de Villiers has made a bold prediction. He stated that India has the talent and ability to win the tournament, however, ABD put one condition: de Villiers reckons India will win the World Cup only if Virat Kohli has a bumper tournament.
“India have a great chance to win the 2023 World Cup if Virat Kohli does what he does,” AB de Villiers was quoted as saying.
Virat Kohli’s numbers in ODI World Cups:
Virat Kohli has featured in the last three ODI World Cups. In 26 matches, the right-handed Kohli has scored 1030 runs at a good average of 46 with 2 centuries – one against Bangladesh in 2011 and the second one against Pakistan in 2015 – and 6 fifties.
He has, however, failed to score in the semi-finals of all three World Cups, recording scores of 9, 1, and 1.