Team India had a relaxed time with the team mates in the woods before the opener match with South Africa on June 5.
Virat Kohli, MS dhoni and some other prominent team members of Indian cricket team were seen having a gala time with each other in the woods before the opener match with South Africa on June 5. The Indian cricket board posted a picture of the team and captioned it as, “fun day out in the woods” on their official twitter account.The fans didn’t like the idea of their team having some fun before the matches and it got much criticism. The fans were concerned about the practice sessions and were expecting team’s practice session photographs but what they saw disappointed them and then internet was flooded with negative comments to the picture.
— BCCI (@BCCI) May 31, 2019
Some fans even posted that Virat leading the Indian team will surely make us lose while some wrote that you are being sent to play world and not to go on picnic. The idea of this getaway was no
— Ms. Dhoni ,Virat kohli Team Fan Club (@imdhoni70) May 31, 2019
t all liked by the Indian fans.
Check out the comments here
They are wearing camouflages just to scare Pakistan 😂😍
— Jon Snow (@Gujju_Jon) May 31, 2019
Do you even know how they prepare? how they are away from their families for months? Don't you think they've got enough experience & head to understand the importance of practice. It was part of practice session such games are very interesting & important for uniting the team
— Indrajeet (@ImIndraJEET20) June 1, 2019
— @S_rahul❤ (@Rahul43257843) May 31, 2019
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— Contractor Chandler Bing (@SarcasmChamp) May 31, 2019
The team members donned paintball uniforms with all smiles and were seen relaxed. India is competing for their third World Cup title and the very first under the leadership of Skipper Virat Kohli.
India’s first match in the World Cup is against South Africa, who in their opener match was defeated by England by 104 runs.
Wishing the very best to our boys for the World Cup 2019.