Whereas two distinct Indian cricket teams are presently competing in two different parts of the world, another group of Indian cricketers recently participated in a football match alongside Bollywood superstars. Virat Kohli Reacts To All-Stars Football
“Count Me In Next Time”: Virat Kohli Reacts To All-Stars Football Match Featuring MS Dhoni, Shreyas Iyer
MS Dhoni, Shreyas Iyer, Karan Wahi, and Ranveer Singh participated in a charity football match recently, and images of the event have gone viral. Shreyas Iyer posted photos from the celebrity match on Monday (July 26).
Ballin’ with these ballers ⚽️✨ pic.twitter.com/4cJDlZYUbW
— Shreyas Iyer (@ShreyasIyer15) July 26, 2021
The Delhi Capitals player can be seen in the photos displaying his football abilities alongside fellow cricketers and celebrities. The title on the post stated, “Ballin’ with these ballers.” Obviously, the comment area was quickly filled with fans eager to see more of the game.
“Count Me In The Next Time We’re In Town”, Virat Kohli Replies
Virat Kohli, also replied to the tweet, expressing his willingness to participate in the football game. He said, “Count me in the next time we’re in town.” Kohli’s passion for football is well-known, as the top scorer batsman has been seen playing the game on several occasions. In response to Kohli’s remark, Iyer responded “Left Winger” beside a tick-emoji.
Meanwhile, Kohli is in England, preparing for the start of a five-match Test series versus England on August 4th. During recent red-ball cricket, Team India is already on fire, and they will be eager to overcome the Three Lions.
Shreyas Has Fully Recovered And Returns To The Field As Soon As Possible
The visitors, on the other hand, have much to prove after losing in the ICC World Test Championship final against New Zealand. As a result, It will be more excited to observe how the new season kick-offs.
Iyer, the right-handed batter, has been out of the game since March of this year. Mostly during the ODI series against England, he had a shoulder injury that required a long time to heal.
Iyer was forced to miss the Indian Premier League (IPL), which has been postponed, as well as the present Sri Lanka tour. Iyer, on the other hand, has fully recovered and is ready to return to the field as soon as possible. He is anticipated to make his comeback in the second half of the IPL 2021 season, which begins on September 19 in the UAE.