Virat Kohli shared an image past due on Tuesday evening from India’s Take a look at collection in Australia in 2018-19 to troll his teammate Cheteshwar Pujara.
Virat Kohli Twitter Photograph
- I am hoping you’re going to opt for the ball pujji: Virat Kohli captioned the image
- Mohammed Shami used to be fast to enroll in within the banter and in addition trolled Cheteshwar Pujara
- Indian cricketers would had been busy enjoying within the IPL right now had it no longer been postponed because of the coronavirus
India captain Virat Kohli needs Cheteshwar Pujara to be are compatible and in a position for every time the cricket season resumes and he reminded his teammate in a hilarious approach on social media.
Kohli posted an image past due on Tuesday evening, one from India’s 2018-19 Take a look at collection in Australia, to troll Pujara.
“First consultation after lockdown be like… @cheteshwar1 I am hoping you’re going to opt for the ball pujji,” Kohli captioned the submit along side a few smileys.
India speedy bowler Mohammed Shami used to be fast to enroll in in at the a laugh. “No likelihood hahahahahaha,” Shami answered at the submit and tagged each Kohli and Pujara.
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 5, 2020
It can be a while prior to Kohli and the Indian cricketers get the danger to go back to the sector like different sports activities figures as the entire global is still in lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.
All primary tournaments throughout sports activities have both been cancelled or postponed because of regulate the Covid-19 disaster which has introduced the entire global to a standstill.
Indian cricketers would had been busy plying their trades for his or her respective franchises within the Indian Premier League (IPL) right now of the 12 months had it no longer been not on time because of the virus which has inflamed over 46,00zero in India and claimed over 1500 lives up to now.
The entire tally stands at 3.58 million showed circumstances international with over 252,00zero deaths and 1.17 million recoveries.