Team India skipper Virat Kohli is one of the most aggressive cricketers on the pitch and likes to keep his emotions on his sleeves. However, he is a totally different person off the field and time and again has received words of praise for his humble behaviour.
Kohli has managed to build a cult personality both on and off the cricket field. While his antics during a cricket match has earned him criticisms, the talismanic run-scorer has proved that he is also very compassionate. Virat Kohli's lovely gesture towards the elderly Indian fan during last year’s World Cup in England is still etched in the heart of the cricket lovers.
The cricketer from Delhi is also very empathetic towards the fans and followers and takes time out of the shelf to appear for selfies and autographs. But recently, a girl did not have the same luck with Virat Kohli as the cricketer turned down her request while coming out of the airport.
While it is unknown where the incident took place but Virat Kohli didn't even look at the fan, who asked for a selfie. However, the reason behind it could be that Kohli was taking the necessary precaution against the coronavirus pandemic. He was wearing a mask and straightaway walked past her.
Watch the clip here:
Meanwhile, BCCI has called off the last two ODIs against South Africa in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. After a washout in the first match in Dharamsala, Lucknow and Kolkata were scheduled to host the last two encounter but it was called off as a precautionary measure.