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Ahead of Mohali Test, Virat Kohli spends time with fans

Ahead of India's third Test match against England, Virat Kohli spent some of his spare time at Smaaash Ludhiana on Tuesday

Virat Kohli, Kohli, Kohli India, Kohli Smaaash, Kohli photos, Virat Kohli instagram, Virat Kohli twitter, India vs England, ind vs Eng, Cricket news, Cricket Virat Kohli clicked a selfie with his fans during his visit to Smaaash Ludhiana. (Source: Instagram)

Virat Kohli visited Smaaash in Ludhiana and spent some time at the sportscentric entertainment center that offers different range of games.

India’s Test skipper, who reached a career-high fourth position in the ICC Player Rankings for Test Batsmen after producing a man of the match performance in Vishakhapatanam Test, posted a picture of his visit on his social media accounts. He is the brand ambassador for the franchise.

Kohli, who also tops the T20I and ODI rankings, now trails New Zealand’s Kane Williamson by 16 points while Australia’s Steve Smith and Joe Root of England are placed first and second, respectively.

As the Indian team prepares for the third Test against England, which starts on 26th November in Mohali, the Delhi lad spent some time with fans and posted a selfie. Fans looked delighted, as they got a chance to see their favourite cricketer and spend some fun time with him.

“What an amazing evening. Thank you Ludhiana for the love and affection you all showed today. So so grateful. Until next time”, Virat wrote on his Instagram account.

Earlier, he had also visited Noida branch of Smaaash before India’s tour of West Indies.

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First published on: 22-11-2016 at 09:39:40 pm
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