Former Australian cricketer Mitchell Johnson posted a photo of a snake from his hotel room in Kolkata on Monday. The former fast bowler, who is currently in India for Legends League Cricket, posted the picture on Instagram and asked what kind of snake it was.
“Anyone know what type of snake 🐍 this is?? Just hanging out in my room door 🤗” he captioned.
Nice To Be Back In India For Legends League Cricket – Mitchell Johnson
“It is my first time playing here. I spoke to Brett Lee as to what was his experience during last season. He said that he enjoyed it. There was something I was nervous about, playing cricket with past injuries, being a bit older. But I am looking forward to playing with the past players who have played with me and against me and just enjoy ourselves,” he said.
The Legends League Cricket has brought the former star players of cricket under one banner. Johnson, who is playing for India Capitals in the tournament, dismissed Virender Sehwag. Sehwag led Gujarat Titans won the match by three wickets and Johnson conceded 22 runs in three overs.
Virat Kohli Changed The Focus Of The Team – Mitchell Johnson
The former Australia fast bowler feels that Kohli changed the “focus of the team” when he took over as captain in 2017. Commenting on Australia tour of India, Johnson said he expects Virat Kohli to do well against the world champions. It is good for India that the former captain is back in form.
“It is good for India when their best players can make runs and keep the side confident. He is that player who changed the focus of the team when he took on the captaincy. The team will be happy that he is scoring runs,” Johnson told ANI.
“They have to be looking at winning the series in tough conditions. This will give them confidence heading into the World Cup. They should have a solid and settled team going into it. It will be a great series,” Johnson added.
Mitchell Johnson is a part of India Capitals. Besides Kolkata, Lucknow, New Delhi, Cuttack and Jodhpur are the other venues for the upcoming edition of Legends League Cricket, which will continue till October 8.