'10 Saal ho gye Kohli bhai': Virat Kohli Trolled By Fan For 'Your Account Will Be Deactivated Soon' Warning In 2011

’10 Saal ho gye Kohli bhai’: Virat Kohli Trolled By Fan For ‘Your Account Will Be Deactivated Soon’ Warning In 2011

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli (Credits: BCCI)

Virat Kohli might have mellowed down in recent years but it was not the case when he was just starting in international cricket. Virat Kohli was known for his temper and was often seen losing his cool on the cricket fan. From abusing bowlers, fielders to giving send-offs, Virat Kohli never even tried to keep his emotions under the check.

In fact, he was so aggressive during those days that he even took on fans. Who can forget the infamous incident during the 2011/12 Australia tour when he ended up showing the middle finger to the crowd out of frustration. During the same time, something similar happened on Twitter too when the current India skipper lost his cool and fired a warning at a fan.

While it is not known what the fan had told the batting superstar, one can say that Virat Kohli was not at all amused with it. The right-handed batsman had noticed the tweet and had warned the man that his account would be deactivated soon.

“@ishaan3 your account has been reported and will be deactivated soon. dont tweet if u wana use foul language,” Virat Kohli had written.

Fan trolls Virat Kohli:

The Twitter account of the fan, however, is still not deactivated or suspended and the man makes sure to remind Virat Kohli of the same every five years. In April 2016, he had reminded the cricketer that it’s been five years since he warned him and that his account is still safe.

And on Thursday (August 200), the fan reminded Virat Kohli that it has been ten years since his ‘your account will be deactivated soon’ warning. The tweet has gone viral and is drawing hilarious reactions from others.

Here is the tweet:

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli will soon return to action when the IPL gets underway next month in UAE. Just like other Indian players, he has also not played any game since early March. IPL 2020 is scheduled to get underway on September 19.


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