Virat Kohli's brother Vikas Kohli gives a fitting reply after getting trolled by a user for having fewer followers on Instagram


As everyone knows, Virat Kohli is one of the best cricketers that India has ever produced. The stalwart batsman has 70 hundred to his name and waiting to score his 71st hundred over two years.

However, the right-handed batter has amassed 8043 runs in Test cricket after getting featured in 101 games. And, coming to the One-day format, Virat Kohli has played 260 matches where he aggregated 12311 runs that he played at an average of 58.06.

Talking about T20I, the 33-year-old has piled up 3296 runs at an average of 51.50. Besides, he has a huge fan following on social media platforms and has recently reached 200 million followers on Instagram.

Moreover, the Delhi-born cricketer has become the first Asian to achieve this feat. In that case, one of the users on Instagram has trolled Virat Kohli's brother, Vikas Kohli, as he has yet to complete 1 million followers on Instagram. Vikas Kohli gave him a fitting reply in the comment section for trolling him. 

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South Africa starts as favourites now that KL Rahul is not there: Wasim Jaffer

The former Indian cricketer, Wasim Jaffer has come up with a statement ahead of the ongoing five-match T20I series between India and South Africa.

According to him, the visiting side, South Africa will be the favourites to win this series in the absence of KL Rahul who has been ruled out of their series.

While speaking to ESPNcricinfo, Wasim Jaffer said, "I think SA start as favourites now that KL Rahul is not there. I had my doubts about whether Kuldeep would have played in the first XI in the 1st T20I.

But KL Rahul’s absence is a major setback for India. South Africa will start as favourites because they have probably brought their best team," was quoted as saying by CricTracker.

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"It’s a close one. They (Indians) have been playing in the IPL. It’s always good to have some game time under your belt. Opening the batting with Quinton de Kock, he’s been playing.

David Miller at 5-6 has been doing really well, and then (Kagiso) Rabada and (Anrich) Nortje at the backend. It’s going to be a tight series," said Dale Steyn.