Virat Kohli thanks the security officials for keeping him safe
Published - Mar 12, 2017 4:17 pm | Updated - Mar 12, 2017 6:25 pm
Virat Kohli and his team absolutely battered Australia in the second Test in Bangalore at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. The Indian team got better of the team from down under by 75 runs after conceding an 87 run lead in the first innings. The lead doesn’t sound much but the wicket was unplayable if bowled in the right areas.
But Pujara and Rahane ensured India were home and safe with Ashwin doing the finishing with the ball. The next Test is a good four days away and there was a lot of between the Tests for the teams to relax and get away from cricket a bit. Some players were busy on Twitter posting pictures with family while some were busy trekking.
Virat Kohli, on the other hand, was thanking the security provided to him. He with the help of Twitter thanked the government run organisation, Central Industrial Security Force for providing him security during his travelling schedules.
He tweeted a photo with a couple of officials who were providing him with the necessary security. The tweet read “#CISF always makes sure of safe & smooth Airport arrivals & departures for me. Thank u @CISFHQrs for always stepping up to help. Jai Hind.”
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 12, 2017
Virat Kohli who has never been short of aggression was full of class this time. Now a huge superstar, Kohli is a role model to many and continues to set good examples for the young cricketers out there. The Indian skipper is known to be quite friendly off the field but is well known for his on-field aggression.
The penultimate Test match of the series will be played in the hometown of the former Indian skipper MS Dhoni. Ranchi is all set for the third Test as the series is nicely poised with both the teams winning a Test each.