'Anyone know what type this is?' - Mitchell Johnson on finding snake in hotel room

Johnson is currently in India and a part of India Capitals at the LLC 2022 season 2

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The second edition of the Legends League Cricket has kick-started and been going on in full force. Two games have been played at the four-team tournament by far, and both the games turned out to be thrillers. While the first game took place between India Capitals and Gujarat Giants with the latter winning by three wickets, Bhilwara Kings defeated Manipal Tigers by three wickets in the second game.

It has been a treat to the eyes watching so many former legendary cricketers from different countries playing as a team. While things are going well on the field, former Australian cricketer Mitchell Johnson, who is representing India Capitals at LLC 2022, had a different experience off the field when he spotted a snake in his hotel room in Kolkata.

The pacer shared a picture of the snake on his Instagram and captioned it writing: “Anyone know what type of snake this is?? Just hanging out in my room door.” Reacting to his photo, even Brett Lee commented on it using just three emojis- Snake, Thumbs Down, and Laughter.

In the first game that Johnson played this season, he managed to scalp the priced wicket of Gujarat Giants’ skipper Virender Sehwag. He ended his three-over spell picking up just one wicket and conceding  22 runs. Sehwag’s side eventually won the game, but Johnson put up a good show on display.

Johnson believes Kohli’s form would give India the required boost at the World Cup

A few days ago, Johnson had lavished praises on former India skipper Virat Kohli as the batting maestro gained his form back during the Asia Cup and emerged as India’s leading run-scorer of the tournament with 276 runs under his name from just five games, which also included two half-centuries and a historic hundred.

“It is good for India when their best players can make runs and keep the side confident. He is that player who changed the focus of the team when he took on the captaincy. The team will be happy that he is scoring runs. They have to be looking at winning the series in tough conditions. This will give them confidence heading into the World Cup. They should have a solid and settled team going into it. It will be a great series,” Johnson had said.