'Hitman ke saath pic daal dete' - Twitter disappointed with Mumbai Indians' birthday tweet on Virat Kohli

Is everything fine between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma?

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Virat Kohli. (Photo Source: IPL/BCCI)

Wishes of happiness and love have been pouring in for Indian skipper Virat Kohli ever since the clock struck 12 at midnight. Celebrating his 32nd birthday on Thursday, the cricketing charm apparently is on cloud nine. From the likes of Head Coach Ravi Shastri, Sachin Tendulkar to his teammates Hardik Pandya, Shikhar Dhawan, a lot of former and current cricketers expressed their warm regards towards the birthday boy.

Meanwhile, a social media post has been doing the rounds hinting at the alleged rift between the Royal Challenger Bangalore’s skipper and Mumbai Indians’ regular captain. The two heavyweights of Indian cricket recently met in the ongoing IPL 2020. Fuelling controversy to the core is Rohit Sharma’s exclusion from India’s teams across all the formats that will tour to Australia. His exclusion had caused a lot of controversies.

On Kohli’s birthday, Mumbai Indians took to Twitter and wished the Indian skipper. The post surprisingly had a picture of Virat and Hardik Pandya. Subsequently, the tweet has sparked yet another controversy as the fans have raised questions if everything is fine between the two Indian giants Virat and Rohit.

Virat Kohli leaves behind heroics as the gem turns the next chapter

The batting masterclass Kohli is known for pouring in his heart, sweat, and blood on the 22 yards. Eventually, the Delhi-based cricketer has become the vital vog in Indian cricket’s machinery. The right-hander has scored across all formats and in almost all the parts of the world with unprecedented consistency. The cricketing stalwart has etched himself as the greatest batsman ever to don the Indian jersey.

Speaking about Virat Kohli’s records in international cricket, he played in 248 ODIs, scoring 11,867 runs with the help of 43 tons. In 86 Tests, he scored 7,240 runs with 27 centuries and 22 fifties in the longest format of the game. In T20I cricket, he played 82 matches and scored 2794 runs.

Here’s how Twitter reacted:

Also, a lovely video surfaced on the internet in which the handsome hunk Kohli can be seen cutting the cake alongside his exuberant teammates in the United Arab Emirates. Leading RCB from the front, Virat and his troops will be locking horns against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the second Eliminator on 6th November at Sheikh Zayed Stadium.

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