Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and some of his fellow players emulated the Pakistani counterparts’ example by visiting the Scotland cricket team’s dressing room following their match on Friday night. India had beaten Scotland in the match.
Earlier, Pakistani players and the team’s manager Mansoor Rana, Shaheen Afridi, Hassan Ali and Mohammad Hafeez visited Namibia’s dressing room following their T-20 clash on Tuesday and encouraged them over their impressive performance in the World Cup so far.
Following in Pakistan’s footsteps, Virat Kohli and his team paid a visit to Scotland’s dressing room and shared photos of Kohli’s conversation to some Scot players.
The pictures shared on social media show India’s opening batsman KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah accompanying the Indian captain to the Scottish dressing room.
Scotland, who have disqualified from the tournament, will be facing Pakistan on Sunday.
Earlier, the Scot captain expressed the desire to hear from the Indian captain about how best to counter the opposition. “We want our guys to speak to them, be it Kohli or Williamson or Rashid Khan. That is the only and best way to learn. We used to be able to do it in the pubs before, but now we cannot,” he had stated.