India skipper Virat Kohli wears his heart on his sleeve. He takes immense pride in donning the national jersey and often shows his emotions on the cricket field. Kohli is currently leading the Indian cricket team on the tour of England.
On Monday (July 16), Virat shared a video on his official Twitter page in which India cricketers and thousands of Indian fans can be seen passionately singing the national anthem.
The atmosphere around the stadium was absolutely electrifying and the buzz was surreal, to say the least. The clip was from the 2015 World Cup match between India and Pakistan at the iconic Adelaide Oval.
“One of the best feelings watching this video! Thank you everyone for your constant and unconditional support for us. Your cheers and love motivates us to keep trying harder every time!” Kohli captioned the video.
Notably, Virat Kohli had scored a scintillating century (107) against the arch-rivals Pakistan in this match at Adelaide. Australia’s Adelaide Oval has been one happy hunting ground for the Indian captain.
It is the same venue where Virat registered his maiden Test ton during India’s tour of Australia in 2011-12. The Delhi lad piled up two more Test tons in this very ground when he captained the Indian Test team for the first time in 2014. Moreover, he recorded his highest Twenty-20 international score, an unbeaten 90 against Australia at the very ground.