Virat Kohli takes autograph of 7-year-old fan, wife Anushka seen all smiling

Fan following of Virat Kohli is increasing day by day, in proportion with his batting dominance in international cricket. Though, a latest video which is doing rounds on social media shows that the Indian captain Virat Kohli eagerly asking his young fan for an autograph.

Virat Kohli can be heard saying - "Hold on! I want his autograph", in the video when another young fan approaches him. The Indian skipper after getting the autograph from the kid said - "Woah, look at that! Nice". Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli's star wifey looked all smiles as the Indian captain charmed yet another fan of cricket.

On Twitter, a user captioned the video saying that his 7 year old nephew, who is in Jamaica for the first test, caught Virat off-guard when he went up to him and told him "would you like my autograph instead?".

With clean sweep against the West Indies, Kohli also surpassed the record of former skipper MS Dhoni of 27 Test wins to become the most successful captain of Indian Test team.

On Monday, India beat the West Indies by 257 runs in the second Test in Jamaica.

Dhoni, out of the 60 matches he captained the national side, had led India to 27 Test wins.

Virat Kohli, prior to the two-match Test series against the West Indies, had 26 Test wins under his belt. Kohli, after winning the first Test in Antigua, surpassed Ganguly as the captain with the maximum number of overseas wins for India.

Now, Virat Kohli has 28 Test wins to his name which is the most by any Indian captain in the longest format of the game.

by Lokendra Sharma | Wed, Sep 04 - 12:13 PM

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