Sourav Ganguly wishes to see Virat Kohli walking without Shirt in Oxford!
Posted December 5, 2017 at 13:26
Former Indian Captain Sourav Ganguly stated that he would like to see Virat Kohli with his shirt-off and roaming the streets of Oxford in England.
‘We have exceptional players in the Indian Cricket team. We have a role model for every role in the team. Everyone needs to work hard to go ahead in life.
I expect the Indian Cricket Team to win the 2019 Cricket World Cup. I love to see the Indian Captain Virat Kohli walking in the streets of Oxford without his shirt. This is just my personal opinion and only my wish,’ said Sourav Ganguly!
15 years back, a similar event that took place in the iconic Lords Balcony still finds itself in the hearts and eyes of every Indian cricket fan. When there was a deep crisis going on in the National Cricket team, Sourav Ganguly left for England with his young team after registering historical victories against Australia in India.
After winning the 2002 NatWest Trophy in England, then captain Sourav Ganguly removed his jersey and swayed in the air. Photos that captured that moment became one of the most transforming pieces in the Indian cricket history.