Danielle Wyatt wants RCB green jersey; will Virat Kohli gift her?
This is not the first time she was seen rooting for her favourite team on Twitter.
Published - Apr 15, 2018 4:52 pm | Updated - Apr 15, 2018 5:03 pm
It is a known fact to everyone that England women cricketer Danielle Wyatt is a huge fan of the Indian skipper Virat Kohli. Not surprisingly, she is rooting for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) as Kohli only leads the franchise. The cricketer was recently in India and had cleared that she will support RCB and hope for them to win the trophy. However, as the team is playing against Rajasthan Royals Wyatt is supporting the Men in Green on the day.
Wyatt, during his stay in India, was trending for her constant comments and tweets related to Kohli. She was excited to play with the bat gifted by the Indian cricketer and also smashed a century against the India Women in the T20I tri-series. She had proposed Kohli to marry her back in 2014 and ever since then Wyatt has become a hot topic for the Indian fans on social media.
What did she tweet?
Danielle Wyatt is in England currently and it seems closely watching IPL as she once again rooted for RCB as they donned green jerseys for the game against Royals on Sunday. She loved the Green Jersey the RCB players are donning currently in Bengaluru and indirectly demanded the same to Virat Kohli whom she loves a lot. “I want a @RCBTweets top in green fitttt,” she tweeted in excitement while the game between RCB and RR got underway at Chinnaswamy Stadium. Now it remains to be seen if her wish will be fulfilled.
The franchise is expected to do well this year after a terrible last season and even the tagline ‘E Saala Cup namde’ which means ‘This year Cup is ours’ has gone viral on social media. It remains to be seen if the team steps up to the expectations of the die-hard fans.
Here’s Wyatt’s tweet:
I want a @RCBTweets top in green ??? fitttt ?
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) April 15, 2018
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