Virat Kohli chose to test colleague Cheteshwar Pujara's sanity with a return picture from a Test coordinate. Be that as it may, Test master batsman Cheteshwar Pujara took it sportingly and thought of a diverting answer for his "Captain". "First meeting after lockdown resemble @cheteshwar_pujara I trust you will go for the ball pujji," Virat Kohli subtitled the image, where he can be seen pulling off a noteworthy catch at second slip as first slip defender Pujara watches him from a reasonable separation.
"Indeed captain, and I will get it with two hands @virat.kohli," Pujara answered on the post.
Kohli and Pujara are investing their energy with their families as the coronavirus-constrained lockdown has brought the cricketing activity to a crashing stop.
India's home One-day International arrangement against South Africa was canceled in the midst of the infection alarm, while the Indian Premier League has been delayed uncertainly.
Kohli and his Royal Challengers Bangalore colleague AB de Villiers have set up their rigging from a 2016 IPL coordinate available to be purchased to raise assets for the coronavirus alleviation. The match being referred to saw RCB take on the recent Gujarat Lions at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.
Kohli and De Villiers were both in shocking structure and the two batting maestros hit a very long time as RCB crushed 248. The two batsmen shared a 229-run stand, which is the second greatest association in Twenty20 cricket.
Prior, Kohli and his significant other Anushka Sharma promised their help to the PM-CARES Fund and the Chief Minister's Relief Fund (Maharashtra) in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
By: Suvarna Gupta