Bharat Army members surprise Virat Kohli by cheering him from Adelaide Oval rooftop
The Bharat Army members must have left the stadium on day three with big smiles on their face as Team India is in the driver's seat.
Updated - Dec 8, 2018 7:16 pm
There are very few cricket fans across the globe who can boast of being more passionate than their Indian counterparts. No matter where Team India plays, how it plays or how harsh the weather conditions are – the fans make sure to get behind the team more often than not. And cricket fans across the world are well aware of the Bharat Army which is a group formed by the Indian fans to support the team.
Earlier this year, they attended India’s series in England in large numbers. They supported the team to the hilt by singing, cheering and rooting for them. The famous group is now in Australia and is making its presence felt. A video posted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Twitter shows the Bharat Army singing and cheering from the Adelaide Oval roof as Virat Kohli came out for a practice session.
A baffled Kohli looked all around the ground to find out where the song was coming from before spotting the fans on the rooftop. The India skipper then appreciated their effort with a smile.
“MUST 👀👀 Cheering for #TeamIndia from atop the Adelaide Oval 😯😯 Team India fanatics Bharat Army reached a new height as they climbed the Adelaide Oval rooftop to cheer for the Indian team – by @28anand,” wrote BCCI while posting the tweet.
Here is the video:
MUST 👀👀 Cheering for #TeamIndia from atop the Adelaide Oval 😯😯
Team India fanatics Bharat Army reached a new height as they climbed the Adelaide Oval rooftop to cheer for the Indian team – by @28anand
— BCCI (@BCCI) December 7, 2018
Earlier this week, India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave a pleasant surprise to the Bharat Army members by interacting with them. Bhuvneshwar had praised the fans for their unflinching support before hearing the song the fans had prepared for him.
SPECIAL: Bhuvi surprises Bharat Army with a kind gesture at the Adelaide Oval
— BCCI (@BCCI) December 5, 2018
The Bharat Army members must have left the stadium on day three with big smiles on their face as Team India is in the driver’s seat. At stumps on day three, the visitors were 151 for 3, thus leading the hosts by 166 runs.
~Written by Bijoy