Twitterati Reacts To Virat Kohli Helping Joe Root Suffering From The Cramp-View
Cricketer Joe Root Suffered A Sudden Leg Cramp During The Tests. Virat Kohli Showcased His Sportsman Spirit And Helped Him Relax His Cramp
Indian cricket team recently made an epic win in Australia. After returning, the first day of test between India and England took place at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Friday i,e Feb 5. Virat Kohli and Joe Root, both caught in a viral video, wherein the Indian spinner is seen helping Joe easing his leg cramp. Twitterati reacts to the viral video.
Virat Kohli and Joe Root came together in the viral video which is from the end session from the first day of the test between India and England. Root appears to be suffering a painful leg cramp after him slog-sweeping R Ashwin. Virat who marked his comeback on the field after taking the paternity leave was seen showcasing his sportsmanship spirit on the ground. Virat helped Joe after personally assisting him to stretch his leg. The video reminds netizens of MS Dhoni, who once helped Virat in a similar way. Here take a look at the video:
— Wisden (@WisdenCricket) February 5, 2021
ICC Spirit of Cricket 2021 to Virat Kohli ? pic.twitter.com/4RghxR8fM6
— Surya (@SuryaRCB1) February 5, 2021
Here’s how few of the Twitterati reacted to this viral video:
Once Ms Dhoni, Now Virat Kohli. It is really really nice to see this gesture from Indian Captain, Virat Kohli. pic.twitter.com/c9lFyDrYmY
— Power puneeth (@Powerpuneeth4) February 5, 2021
— Aztec.black_4123 (@4123Aztec) February 6, 2021
— Akshat Raj Patil (@AkshatRajPatil) February 5, 2021
Amidst the buzz about the first day of test matches between Indian and England, an unusual picture of Virat and Rohit Sharma is also currently going viral on the internet. Meme makers seems to have got great content seeing both the cricketer standing in sync.
“Rahane bhai tu hi karle captaincy” pic.twitter.com/Vrbv2ZBNUP
— Bruce Wayne (@WaizArd20) February 6, 2021
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