'Aap mauj lelo poori' - Virat Kohli has a hilarious reply for Sunil Chhetri's comment on his crossbar challenge

After the WTC final, Kohli will become the first cricketer to feature in the final of all the ICC tournaments

Virat Kohli and Sunil Chhetri
Virat Kohli and Sunil Chhetri. (Photo Source: Twitter)

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It is no secret that Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli is a huge fan of football. Kohli has been quite vocal regarding his love and fondness for football and been often spotted playing the game during practice sessions. The skipper also shares a close friendship with India’s football team captain Sunil Chhetri.

Both Sunil and Virat share a great camaraderie with each other and have immense respect and admiration for each other. The duo again stole the thunder with their hilarious banter on social media. On May 25, Tuesday, Kohli shared a small clip on his official Twitter handle where he can be seen playing football. 

The skipper looked visibly happy while playing the sport as he kicked the ball hard in a bid to hit the goalpost. However, Virat missed his target and the ball touched the crossbar. The right-hander shared the small clip with the caption, “Accidental crossbar challenge”.

The post made by the 32-year-old garnered a lot of attention as netizens showered love on the post in the form of likes and comments. The video also caught the attention of the football captain Sunil Chhetri and he didn’t forget to take a cheeky comment. Reacting to Kohli’s kick, Chhetri wrote, “Saare coaching sessions ka ek hi invoice bheju, ya aasan kishton mein chukaoge, champ? (should I send one invoice for all the coaching sessions or would you like to pay them in easy installments?)

The interaction between the two legends continued as Virat replied to Chhetri’s comment with another cheeky remark. Responding to the footballer’s comment, Kohli wrote, “Yeah right skip. Aap mauj lelo poori (you have a blast out of this).”

Virat Kohli to become the first Indian to feature in all ICC tournament finals

Team India’s last international assignment came against England as they scripted victory against the visiting side across all three formats of the game. After a two-month break, India is again ready to resume international duties. Team India will feature against New Zealand in the final of the inaugural edition of the World Test Championship.

The final will also add another milestone to Virat Kohli’s illustrious cricket career. After playing in the WTC final, Kohli will become the first cricketer to feature in the final of all the ICC tournaments. The 32-year-old has previously played the finals of the U-19 World Cup, ODI World, Cup T20 World Cup, and Champions Trophy.