Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli (Credits: BCCI)

Team India skipper Virat Kohli has a massive fan following across the globe and is a trendsetter among the young generation. Recently, a fan from Pakistan urged him to come and play in his country. Notably, India and Pakistan have not played any bilateral series since 2012.

The relation between both the neighbouring countries has hit the rock bottom. As a result, they have refrained playing any bilateral series after India hosted Pakistan seven years ago. However, they play against each in ICC competition and multi-team tournaments.

Despite not playing Virat Kohli in Pakistan ever, the illustrious cricketer has a lot of diehard fans an followers from there. A fan by the Shahbaz Sharif Qasmi took to Twitter to reach out to Kohli and convey his love for him.

Twitter Reacts As Virat Kohli's Biggest Fan Urges Him To Play In Pakistan
Virat Kohli (Credits: BCCI)

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The young fan shared a picture where he is holding a poster with a special request written on it for the India skipper. “Virat Kohli we want to see you playing in Pakistan,” the caption read.

“@imVkohli we are hoping you to come Pakistan and play cricket here also. We love you I am big fan of you. Lots of love and strength from #PakVsSri #Lahore #Pakistan,” the tweet read.

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Soon after the tweet for Virat Kohli broke out on social media, it garnered a massive reaction from the cricket followers across the sphere. While some followers echoed the same wishes, others were not very happy with the thought process and bashed the Pakistani fan of Kohli saying that it is an invitation to bomb Indian cricketers.

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Ankush Das

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