Cricket Sports: The Board of Control for Cricket in India shared a video of the team’s journey to the Rainbow Nation. Virat Kohli could be seen in a fun mood in the clip. Also, the Test captain even tried to annoy Ishant Sharma by digging through the pacer’s bag. Kohli attempted to communicate with Ishant Sharma in Tamil, with the help of Ravichandran Ashwin. Also, the star batter would go through Ishant’s bag. In discovered sneakers, a cap, a shaker, and shorts.
“This is what you call a bag. At this point in time, this individual has the ability to flee to any part of the globe. This bag contains everything he requires. Wow, the bag looks like it’s on fire. This is the first time I’ve seen a bag like this. With this backpack, anyone can vacation anywhere in the world,” Virat Kohli said.
Cricket Sports: Furthermore, team India first stopped in Seychelles for refueling. Before landing at Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport. Head coach Rahul Dravid was in the company of Shreyas Iyer. During the ride, he could be spotted reading Will Smith’s memoir “Will.” Mohammed Shami reportedly slept the entire flight, according to Ashwin. Cheteshwar Pujara has been complaining about his inability to sleep. Pujara sat close to Ajinkya Rahane. Also, the no. 3 batter was a pain to work with.
Cricket Sports: Besides that, team India then made their way to a resort in Pretoria. Where they were welcomed by a traditional South African caper. Shreyas Iyer seemed to enjoy the event and even tried dancing. The Indian players then gave their nasal swabs for the COVID-19 test before heading to their rooms.
“I believe it was a pleasant experience for us. We’ve arrived in Johannesburg “Risabh Pant expressed her opinion. “I’ve been admiring the beauty here since I first arrived. You can view the pond, the birds, and there are many other things to discover. Everyone is looking forward to going for a walk and finding some quieter, nicer spots. I’m looking forward to spending time with the boys and watching the series,” Virat Kohli said.