Kohli and Ishant trolls Mayank Agarwal on ‘Upside- down’ training video
With no cricket in the field, players and officials are trying their best to keep the troops active. India skipper Virat Kohli has been setting the fitness trends on social media to keep the players charmed.
After Kohli launched the trend, Indian batsman Mayank Agarwal also shared a fitness video after that. Although,the workout video impressed and shocked the fans at a time, Kohli and Ishant Sharma found scope to troll the youngster for the video.
Meanwhile, Kohli the Delhi-born cricketer is a boss man both on and off the field as he has a humorous side as well as unique cricketing talent. The skipper’s humourous talent is often seen from the banters with his teammates on social media and in the dressing rooms. Previously, he has humorously trolled KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya on social media regarding the coffee cup posing picture.
Mayank Agarwal shared a video of his fitness training where he can be seen hung upside-down at a gym. Indian cricketers continue to train indoors and sharing a glimpse in the social media.
“On a scale of 1 to 10, the head rush I get when I’m trying to explore the ‘Upside Down’ is ELEVEN,” Mayank Agarwal captioned the video.
As soon as the batsman posted the video, it went viral in the social media. The fans were in a shock watching their favourite star. On the other hand, Virat Kohli and Ishant Sharma found a way to make fun of him.
“Kya ho gaya bhai. Lockdown has reached unbearable limits I guess,” Kohli wrote.
“raje duniya ulti dikh rhi hai ya seedhi,” wrote Ishant.
Mayank Agarwal has been on a rollsince making his debut in 2018. He has maintained the consistency in the longer formats. Although, when he made his debut in the ODIs against New Zealand, the Karnataka-born star failed to make an impression.
Mayank was set to play for Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League, 13th edition. While, BCCI had to postpone the lucrative league owing to COVID-19 pandemic. The youngster is keen to return to the field after the COVID-19 pandemic becomes normal.