Sunil Chhetri responds hilariously to Virat Kohli’s viral ‘crossbar challenge’ video on Twitter

Sunil Chhetri, the captain of the Indian football team, posted a funny reaction to Virat Kohli’s ‘accidental crossbar challenge’ video, which went viral on Twitter.

Rarely has an Indian cricket captain developed a rapport with the football team’s captain in the way that Virat Kohli and Sunil Chhetri have. Kohli and Chhetri’s candid Instagram live in May of last year was the perfect advertisement for their romance. The connection was highlighted once more when Chhetri tweeted a funny remark on Kohli’s ‘accidental crossbar challenge’ video.

After watching the Indian cricket team captain hit the crossbar from beyond the box during a training session, the Indian football team captain, who is also the country’s top goal-scorer in international football, inquired if he should submit the invoice for all his coaching sessions at once or if Kohli would want to pay him in instalments.

On Tuesday, the modern-day great posted a video of himself shooting a football on the field to Twitter. The video, titled “Accidental crossbar challenge,” shows Kohli striking the crossbar while attempting to score a goal.

The video concludes with the right-handed hitter joyously hiding his face in disbelief, as many around him do the same. The video went viral on social media, with admirers sharing and commenting on it. At the time of writing, the video of Kohli striking the crossbar has around 8,000 retweets and over 1 lakh likes.

Nobody can deny Kohli’s passion for football. The top run-scorer among current cricketers in the world, he is also a co-owner of FC Goa, an India Super League (ISL) team. Kohli is also renowned for preferring a bit of football before an international cricket match in order to thoroughly warm up.

Kohli, 32, was last seen playing in the now-suspended IPL 2021. Kohli had scored 198 runs in seven matches while captaining the Royal Challengers Bangalore, who were third in the points standings until the match was called off.

Kohli and the Indian side will now head to England for the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand, as well as a five-match Test series against the hosts.

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