Rashid Khan accepts Virat Kohli’s "Quirky Catches Challenge" on Twitter

Rashid is currently busy in playing T20 International and One Day series against Ireland

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Indian captain Virat Kohli, who is not only best with the bat but also known for his brilliant athleticism in the game, has posted the Quirky Catches Challenge on Twitter and has asked fans and cricketers to take up the challenge and share the videos on the social media.

On Thursday (23 August), Kohli shared a video on his official Twitter handle, where he can be seen taking some hilarious catches in the ground while promoting PUMA brand.

Further, Kohli has urged fans to try it out and share the video on social media, as well as, challenged some cricketers who are best in the business like –Faf du Plessis, Shakib Al Hasan, Herschelle Gibbs, KL Rahul, Jonty Rhodes, Aditya Tare and Rashid Khan.

He wrote on Twitter along with a video, “Game for the #QuirkyCatches Challenge?@klrahul11 @JontyRhodes8 @rashidkhan_19 @adu97 @faf1307 @hershybru @Sah75official let’s see how crazy you guys can get.Send in ur #QuirkyCatches videos tagging @PUMACricket & #NewLevels.

2 quirkiest ones get a catching faceoff with me.????”

Meanwhile, Afghanistan’s spinner Rashid became the first to accept Kohli’s challenge and even the youngster has assured the India skipper that he will try to take some of the quirkiest catches. Rashid tweeted, “I’m up for challenge @imVkohli Bhai .Can’t beat you but will try our best ????????????????????

Noteworthy, Rashid is currently busy in playing T20 International series against Ireland, taking up seven wickets to win the series with the final T20I abandoned without a ball being bowled (no toss) due to wet outfield at Bready Cricket Club, Bready, Northern Ireland.

They will also play three One Day Internationals with the first one getting underway on 27 August (Monday) followed by second and final games on 29 and 31 respectively at Civil Service Cricket Club, Belfast.

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By Rashmi Nanda - 25 Aug, 2018

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