Virat Kohli gives a cheeky answer to a fan responding to the last thing he did for the first time
Kohli is looking in great spirits at the moment.
Published - Jan 11, 2019 2:25 pm | Updated - Jan 11, 2019 2:25 pm
Virat Kohli loves to express himself, be it on or off the field. He likes to get into the thick of the things which automatically gets the best out of him. The similar attitude has fetched him a lot of runs in South Africa, England and Australia as Team India finally won an away series down under. Not surprisingly, the Indian captain is extremely happy with the achievement and came up with a cheeky reply to a fan on Instagram.
More often than not, Kohli promotes the products he endorses on social media and has faced the falk of the public for the same as well. But it matters little for him as he prefers keeping himself away from all the outside talk. Recently, the 30-year-old interacted with the fans on the official page of PUMA, understandably to promote their product it seems as the new feature ‘Ask me anything’ was used.
One of the fans grabbed the opportunity and asked him an interesting question which read, “What was the last thing you did for the first time?” However, Virat Kohli was in no mood to mess this time and responded saying, “The last thing I did for the first time was to win a series in Australia.”
Here’s the video:
“Last thing i did for the first time was ……win a series in Australia 😉👑🐐 pic.twitter.com/CDOT91DMm0
— Vinay (@SemperFiUtd) January 9, 2019
India create history under Kohli
Team India created history under Virat Kohli in the recently concluded Test series against Australia. They won the series by 2-1 and were denied an even more thumping win in Sydney thanks to the heavens opening up on the last two days. They won the series for the first time in 71 years and Kohli is extremely proud about this effort from his team.
Meanwhile, he is currently gearing up for the three-match ODI series against the Men in Yellow. The first match is all set to be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and this time around, the rain is expected to stay away.