Today, breaking the limit of wait, captain Virat Kohli with Indian cricket team will be seen in action for World Cup 2019. The team will play for a third title against South Africa at The Rose Bowl in Southampton. This year, the stadium is set in England and Walles and other teams have already been launched to the World Cup. Ahead of opening World Cup 2019, team India has been receiving many good luck messages but one wish can brighten up the team India. The wish is from the world of football and it is for captain Virat Kohli and his team. Germany and Bayern Munich star striker Thomas Mueller wished luck to Kohli.
Mueller took to Twitter and wished Viral by revealing that Indian cricket captain had often shown his support to the German national football team in the past, and Mueller is returning the favour to him.
A World Cup winner with Germany in 2014, Mueller shared a picture of him in an Indian cricket shirt and holding a bat in one hand, he tweeted: "I wish all participants of the Cricket #WorldCup2019 good luck & thrilling matches. Especially I cross my fingers for @imVkohli, the captain of the Indian team. He's a fan of @DFB_Team and supported it multiple times in the past #Cricket #GermanyCheersForIndia."
As soon as he tweeted, the tweet went viral rapidly and received retweets from fans.
One user wrote: Doesn't get better than this .support coming all over from Germany. @esmuellert_ thanks for your support man . Appreciate it
Another wrote: Muller says it's the entire German National team cheering for India, but still it feels good that a top Football star cheering another country for other sport...hope this happens more...
Not only Thomas Mueller, but Chelsea FC and Brazilian superstar David Luiz too had extended their support for Indian team.
David Luiz wished good luck to Virat Kohli and the Indian cricket team for World Cup 2019.
As you all know I love both football & cricket. I asked @DavidLuiz_4 who he was backing for the @cricketworldcup & his reply was @BCCI & captain @imVkohli . He had a special message for the captain. #ViratKohli pic.twitter.com/2kKqwSnrtX
— Frank Khalid (@FrankKhalidUK) May 26, 2019