India captain Virat Kohli enjoys super reputation amongst cricketing followers all the world over. One such Indian fan turned up at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Tuesday, sporting a hairstyle that resembled Virat Kohli’s face. The fan, named Chirag Khilare, shared a picture of himself having fun with the first ODI between India and Australia, on Twitter. “The best @imVkohli From heart to head,” he wrote within the Twitter put up.
The greatest @imVkohli
From coronary heart to go 🇮🇳🥰#viratianchirag @OaktreeSport @buntysajdeh @Cornerstone_CSE @jogeshlulla @BCCI @BCCIdomestic @RCBTweets @rcbfanarmy @ICC @cricketworldcup @imVkohli @vkfofficial @virendersehwag @gauravkapur @jatinsapru @IrfanPathan @RaviShastriOfc pic.twitter.com/ojQqNGWzGL
— Chirag Khilare (@Chirag_Viratian) December 12, 2019
Before the beginning of the match, Chirag had spoken to information company ANI, by which he talked about his admiration for the Indan skipper. “For many years now, I have been following Virat in every match in India and have been a fan of him since he became the captain of the Under-19 team,” he stated.
He added: “My dream is to meet Kohli and when I will meet him, I will first touch his feet and hug him and capture that moment through a photograph.” The fan additionally informed ANI that it took him six to eight hours to get the hair tattoo completed.
India suffered their worst defeat at the palms of Australia within the first ODI, with openers David Warner and Aaron Finch smashing tons every to chase down the full of 256 within the 38th over, with out shedding a single wicket. It was the primary time Australia had defeated India by 10 wickets in an ODI match.
Speaking after the loss, Kohli stated: “We were totally outplayed in all departments. It’s a strong Australian team, if you don’t play well, they could hurt you. We saw that with the bat in hand. We didn’t get enough runs. I thought we were too respectful at certain phases and it cost us. Can’t do that against a team like Australia. This is a chance for the team to bounce back but as I said, credit to Australia today.”