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VIDEO: Virat Kohli plays cricket with England’s Star footballer Harry Kane


It is a well-known fact that Virat Kohli has a lot of fans all over the World. His rise across all the formats and his dedication towards the same has been one of the primary factors behind this worldwide recognition.

Harry Kane wished Virat Kohli and Indian team for the next phase of the World Cup 2019.

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Not just public, but also the players from other sports have also adored him for the energy he brings on to the field. Even before the World Cup, the German football star Thomas Muller lended his valuable support to the Indian side and ‘Kohli effect’ would have been one of the reasons behind.

In a recent video released by English football skipper Harry Kane, he was seen spending some time with Virat Kohli. It is worth noting that both of them have been in good terms on social media admiring each other’s skills whenever a feat was achieved. Harry Kane and Kohli were seen about their games and they had few moves on the field as well.

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After practising some warm-ups with the football, they were spotted in the nets where Harry Kane received some throw downs from the Indian skipper. He also tried to bowl to which Virat Kohli has seen middling the ball as the sound of the bat suggested. After catching up for some time, both of them mutually exchanged their jerseys and an awesome display of sportsmanship was captured by several cameras present around.

Kane also wished Kohli all the best for his future endeavours and the very best for the World Cup except if at all he faces the English side.

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Kohli has now represented three World Cup tournaments and the entire Indian fan base is backing him and the team to come out in flying colors on July 14. Can he answer our wishes? An exciting last week of cricket awaits.