ICC World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli’s Gesture For Charulata Patel Leaves Brett Lee Impressed
India skipper Virat Kohli won millions of heart when he ran to celebrate India’s 28-run victory over Bangladesh with 87-year-old Charulata Patel who was present in India to support the Men in Blues. Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya starred with the ball to defend 315 runs set by India after batting first. Former Australia cricketer turned commentator Brett Lee seemed impressed with Kohli’s gesture and took to Twitter to express his emotions.
Lee impressed with Kohli’s gesture
Batting first, India banked on a century from Rohit Sharma and a fifty from KL Rahul to post 314 runs on the board. The openers added 180 runs for the first wicket before Bangladesh led by Mustafizur Rahman staged an outstanding comeback with a five-wicket haul. The Tigers staged a brilliant chase with Shakib Al Hasan leading the troops before Mohammad Saifuddin took over the reins. But an outstanding spell from Jasprit Bumrah sealed India’s berth in the top-four.
As the players left the field, Virat Kohli and man-of-the-match Rohit Sharma headed straight to Charulata Patel who had earlier gone viral on the internet for her enthusiastic support of the India team in the stands. Virat Kohli thanked Charulata Patel and all the fans for turning out in huge numbers to support India. He also described him as one of the passionate and dedicated fans he has ever seen. The Men In Blues will surely want her on the stands in the upcoming matches as well.
The video has gone viral soon after it came on the internet and has touched millions of heart. Former Australian speedster Brett Lee took to Twitter to express his emotions after watching the video, which has earned praise from all square of the globe.
“What a beautiful moment ,” Brett Lee wrote on Twitter.
What a beautiful moment 🙏🏻 https://t.co/2Y1gJ33J9S
— Brett Lee (@BrettLee_58) July 4, 2019