‘The biggest myth in the world’: Kohli’s epic reply to fan’s ‘meat’ comment | Cricket

Former India captain Virat Kohli gets all geared up with regard to the upcoming Bangladesh visit in December. Team India is planned to tour the state for 2 Tests and about three One-Day International(ODI) matches. The 1st match of the visit, 1st ODI will end up being played on December apr, Sunday.

Kohli is nicely known for his health and fitness regimen and his stringent diet plans, to his supporters. In an Instagram blog post on Thursday, the India crickinfo player can be found running on the treadmill, pulling weights plus training hard on his or her fitness and physique. The 34-year-old captioned the online video, “BACK at it” and in some sort of few hours, the blog post got viral on social networking.

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Reacting to the blog post, one fan commented of which the Indian batter had proven the belief wrong of which meat was required to gain a muscular human body.

“And then they say you can’t be muscular if you don’t eat meat,” the fan’s comment read.

Kohli responded to the fan’s remark and stated “hahaha the biggest myth in the world.”

Interestingly, the right-handed hitter who loved eating non-vegetarian meal in his youngsters turned vegetarian some many years ago for health positive aspects.

Team India is currently taking in New Zealand and Kohli is not a part of that visit as they was rested along with captain Rohit Sharma and openre KL Rahul. The Men in Blue are usually done with the three-match T20Is series against the Kiwis, having clinched it 1-0. The 1st T20I had been abandoned due to rainwater, India won the 2nd T20I while the 3 rd T20I was tied since per the DLS approach after rain interrupted enjoy.Meanwhile the three-match ODI collection gets underway from Friday. Opener Shikhar Dhawan is leading the Indian team in the 50-over formatting.


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