RCB Respond After Football Superstar Harry Kane Asks Virat Kohli If He Could Play In Next IPL

RCB Respond After Football Superstar Harry Kane Asks Virat Kohli If He Could Play In Next IPL

Virat Kohli and Harry Kane (Credits: Twitter)

England football team captain Harry Kane’s love for cricket is known to almost everyone. Who can forget his tweets in which he praised India skipper Virat Kohli and also took some time out from his busy schedule to meet him when India had toured England in 2018.

Both the players had sent congratulatory tweets to each other after a good performance and match results. And recently, Harry Kane showed his love for cricket once again. The Tottenham Hotspur star showed that he can inflict some damage on the opposition with the bat too.

Harry Kane
Harry Kane (Credits: Twitter)

In a video posted on his official Twitter page, Harry Kane was seeing playing cricket with his England teammates. He showed his power-hitting skills by taking his club teammates to the cleaners. Later, he took to Twitter to post the clip of his impressive batting.

In his tweet, he also asked Virat Kohli whether he has a chance to find a place in the Royal Challengers Bangalore lineup for the next IPL, tweeting:

“Got a match winning T20 knock in me I reckon. ?? Any places going for @RCBTweets in the @IPL next season @imVkohli??.”

And RCB were quick to reply to the football superstar, writing: “Jersey no. 10, will do @HKane.”

The fans must be waiting for Kohli’s reply and one can say the India and RCB captain would definitely find it tough to turn down the chance to sign Harry Kane. Meanwhile, Kohli-led India suffered a crushing 66-run loss at the hands of Australia in the first ODI on Friday.

Chasing a mammoth total of 375, India finished their innings on 308 for 8. Hardik Pandya was the top-scorer for the visitors, scoring 90 while opener Shikhar Dhawan scored 74. Kohli failed to get going and scored only 21 despite being dropped by Adam Zampa on 1.

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