After making a hit song for wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, the Bharat Army is now ready with their new song dedicated to Indian skipper Virat Kohli. The song will also be supported by an Indian flag with, “Kohli’s at the wheel, tell me how good does it feel,” written on it.
The Bharat Army took to their official Twitter account to share the news with the photo of the flag. They captioned the post, “Our new Virat Kohli flag for our new Virat Kohli song. Kohli’s at the wheel, tell me how good does it feel.”
Our new Virat Kohli flag for our new Virat Kohli song...— The Bharat Army (@thebharatarmy) March 9, 2019
‘Kohli’s at the wheel, tell me how good does it feel...’ 🎶 pic.twitter.com/JFT7gvDCKF
The Bharat Army consider itself as the number 1 global supporter group of team India and goes where the Indian contingent plays to cheer for them.
Earlier, The Bharat Army made a song for Rishabh Pant while he was with team India in Australia. The song took a dig at Australian skipper Tim Paine's jibe, who asked Pant to babysit his kids.
"We've got Pant. Rishab Pant. I just don't think you'll understand. He'll hit you for a six. He'll babysit your kids. We've got Rishab Pant," the lyrics said.
Virat Kohli on Friday smashed his 41st century in One-Day International cricket, but despite his great performance it wasn’t enough to get India over the lines as Australia won the match by 32 runs to keep the five-match ODI series alive. This was Indian captain’s second consecutive ODI century after he reached the three figure mark in the second ODI in Nagpur.
India and Australia will play their fourth ODI match in Mohali on March 10. India will look to seal the series there as the current tally reads 2-1.