Virat Kohli makes Cricket famous as Italian footballer picks him as her favorite Indian cricketer

Italian football player Agata Isabella Centasso reveals Virat Kohli as her favourite cricketer. In response to a Twitter query about her cricket idol, Centasso posted a picture of Kohli along with a 'GOAT' (Greatest Of All Time) emoticon.

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Virat Kohli is currently India’s best batter on-field and he has been a top performer for India for quite some years now but it’s his off-the-field popularity that makes him the biggest sporting icon of the current generation. It would not be wrong to say that Virat has made Cricket famous among people in those countries where the presence of the sport is almost non-existent.

In recent times we have come across some videos where some prominent celebrities who don’t have any idea about the sport of Cricket talk about the cult of Virat Kohli or how famous he is among people and how many followers he has on Instagram. Virat Kohli currently has 264 million people following him on Instagram and he is the third most followed athlete on that particular social media platform that speaks a volume about the craze of Kohli.

Virat got another Italian fan to his fanbase

Adding to the phenomenon, Italian female footballer Agata Isabella Centasso declared herself as a Virat Kohli fan while reacting to a random user on “X’ formerly Twitter by posting Virat Kohli’s picture with a GOAT sign which proved that she is also a Kohli fan just like millions all over the world.

Earlier also Agata expressed her affection for the Indian Cricket Team when she posted a picture of herself in the Indian team jersey in a reply to Italian Prime Minister Georgia Meloni’s selfie post on “X” with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi after she met with her Indian counterpart at the United Nations Climate Change Conference or Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC.

Virat Kohli and India captain Rohit Sharma have been rested for the upcoming T20I and ODI series against South Africa but will return for the two-match Test series. Kohli has a strong record against South Africa in Tests, averaging 56.18 with three centuries and four half-centuries in 14 matches.

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