The captain of the Indian football team, Sunil Chhetri, attended a training session on Friday at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and participated in a fielding drill.
The football whiz caught everyone’s attention when he dove full-length to his right to take an incredible catch.
Sunil Chhetri, a legendary Indian football player, stopped by the Chinnaswamy to watch the RCB train and spent time with Virat Kohli and the boys, according to the caption of the video.
In a video posted by the RCB’s official Twitter account, Chhetri can be seen practising catching. Along with the RCB players, Sanjay Bangar, the coach, and Mumbai Indians player Ishan Kishan, Chhetri can be seen interacting with all of them in the video.
“I doubt that anyone is aware of how funny Virat is” – Sunil Chhetri
Cross culture of sports! Indian football captain and legend Sunil Chhetri dropped by at the Chinnaswamy to watch RCB practice, and spent time with Virat Kohli and the boys. @chetrisunil11's fielding skills are 🔥#PlayBold #ನಮ್ಮRCB #IPL2023 pic.twitter.com/I87yvEDg8G
— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) April 1, 2023
Sunil ChhetriChhetri and former Indian captain Virat Kohli get along well. Chhetri revealed that he finds Virat to be very funny while discussing the subject at hand and his conversations with the latter.
The topics of conversation are frequently sports, jokes, having fun, and other things. “I doubt that anyone is aware of how funny Virat is. I don’t know whether he will approve of me for telling this, but he’s hysterical! That side of him is probably not well known to many people,” the speaker continued.
A compliment on his jersey prompted the 38-year-old to respond, “This is what I got today. For the jersey, I typically eat RCB’s head. I travelled to Bangalore to pick up my jersey. It’s wonderful!”
He responded, “Because I’m a BFC, I’m a Bangalore boy,” when asked why RCB is such a special team for him. I’ve been a fan of Bangalore ever since I joined BFC. “
“With Virat, I’ve got more incentive. My hometown, our team. I’ve been an RCB fan for the longest time,” he continued.
When asked what inspiration he provides the team with, he responded. “Me coming here is for my own sake rather than the teams. We already have a very balanced side, so the team doesn’t need any additional motivation.”
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