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Virat Kohli urges people to cheer for Indian athletes in Tokyo Olympics

In a video posted by the BCCI on their official Twitter handle, Kohli said: “Watch our Indian athletes in Tokyo Olympics.”

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli ( Image Credit: Twitter)

Indian skipper Virat Kohli has a massive fan following. Be it while leading the side, smashing records for fun, or leading by example with regards to fitness, the 32-year-old often sets benchmarks that are tough to be breached by anyone. The Indian skipper is an inspiration for many and enjoys 136 Million followers on his official Instagram account.

The biggest sporting carnival Olympics is all set to get underway on July 23. Ahead of the marquee event, Virat Kohli urged his fans and followers to cheer for the Indian athletes.

In the video shared by the BCCI, Kohli said: “Watch our Indian athletes in Tokyo Olympics. The video also had a powerful caption as well, “#TeamIndia captain @imVkohli is cheering for our athletes at @Tokyo2020 Let’s join him and #Cheer4India @IndiaSports| @Media_SAI| @WeAreTeamIndia.”

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 A powerful bunch of 88 people have landed in Tokyo on Sunday morning and will soon begin training before the momentous occasion beckons them. Meanwhile, with just days away from the start, two athletes staying at the Olympic Village have tested positive for COVID-19, the Games Organising Committee announced on Sunday. This was the first instance of a positive case among athletes staying at the village. Their identities have not been revealed by the organisers. The third infected athlete is staying at a designated Games hotel.

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