England woman cricketer Danielle Wyatt has always been impressed by the strength and character of Indian skipper Virat Kohli. Wyatt has time and again showed her admiration for the Indian captain and has heaped praises on him as one of the best batsmen in the world.
Virat Kohli has also been responsive to Danielle Wyatt and both of them have appreciated each other’s success. Wyatt was always mesmerised by Kohli’s stupendous batting skills. As the run-machine’s appetite for scoring runs became mainstream, Wyatt had also gone on to propose Kohli on twitter when she had tweeted as “Marry me Kohli” in 2014.
Danielle Wyatt was so keen to post her opinion on Twitter about jetting off to India to play cricket as she considers it as one of her favourite places to play the game. Her caption read, “Can’t wait to fly out to India next week & get back out there with the girls! One of my favourite places to play,” she wrote on her Twitter handle.
Can’t wait to fly out to India next week & get back out there with the girls! 🏏 🇮🇳✈️ One of my favourite places to play 😄 https://t.co/twVkdoaa0r
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) March 7, 2018
Knowing that Danielle Wyatt would visit India next week, one of the Twitter users casually tweeted the England woman cricketer Danielle Wyatt asking whether she would like to attend a IPL match cheering for Virat Kohli.
— Karan Arjun (@KaranArjunSm) March 9, 2018
Danielle Wyatt reacts:
Little did everyone know that she would react to the tweet and Wyatt herself said that she will try and get to a live RCB game to see Virat Kohli back in action as the captivating IPL action starts off from April 7 onwards.
Will try and get to a game ☺️☺️
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) March 9, 2018
After Virat Kohli got married to his partner Anushka Sharma, Wyatt also sent her hearty wishes to the couple. Danielle Wyatt has a huge admiration for Virat Kohli and she has been further trolled on the social media platform as she had a crush on the Indian skipper.
“I picked my phone up and I’ve got 1000s of favorites and retweets, it’s all over Indian news, they’re emailing my dad at home. When we met, he said to me: ‘You can’t do things like that on Twitter! They take things seriously!’ I was like, ‘okay. Sorry!’,” she was quoted as saying by ESPN Cricinfo.