Virat Kohli gets trolled after visiting PL club Southampton FC
Virat Kohli with Southampton player (credits - Twitter)

Of late, the headlines have become a hutch dog for Virat Kohli. Just like that famous Vodafone song, wherever Virat Kohli goes, the headlines follow him. The latest one was straight from the Premier League club, Southampton FC when he visited them. However, ended up receiving flak from the fans.

Virat Kohli has always been the big supported of Germany who failed to come good in the recently concluded FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Despite supporting them, Kohli was often seen receiving shirts from the various team which didn’t serve well to the fans.

Virat Kohli, England vs India 2018
Virat Kohli (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

Though it was a gesture by the club to the Indian stalwart, the fans saw another side of the coin. Instead, they used him as the fodder for their laughter on the social media, Twitter.

The top-class team in the Premier League also posted a photo of Kohli alongside club forward Danny Ings on Twitter, holding a Southampton shirt with his number 18 on the back.

However, this has been the case for Virat Kohli many times, as he used to spot cheering for European Clubs.

Virat Kohli, England, India, Southampton
Virat Kohli (PC: Getty Images)

On the Work front:

Coming back to the game of cricket, Virat Kohli had failed to deliver as a captain on two offshores tour, South Africa and England. Virat Kohli-led team was unable to taste success in the ODI format followed by a breakdown in the Test series against the Poms of late.

Personally, the Indian skipper has delivered the goods exceptionally with his willow. However, it wasn’t enough for the victory, as none of his teammates stood tall when it mattered the most.

Meanwhile, he is gearing up for one last clash of the tour and then heads back to the home. Possibly, India’s run-machine will be back in the game when Windies tours India, as he already took rest for Asia Cup 2018.

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