Virat Kohli Becomes First Indian To Cross 100 Million Followers On Instagram | Cricket News

Virat Kohli Becomes First Indian To Cross 100 Million Followers On Instagram

Virat Kohli turned the primary cricketer on the earth to cross 100 million followers on Instagram.© Instagram

Virat Kohli on Monday turned the primary Indian to cross 100 million followers on Instagram. The International Cricket Council (ICC) took to Instagram to welcome Kohli’s entry into an elite membership that options soccer stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar. The right-handed batsman can be the primary cricketer on the earth to realize the landmark on Instagram, with actor Priyanka Chopra second Indian on the record with over 60 million followers.

Apart from Instagram, Kohli additionally has a large fan-following on different social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. He has 40.eight million followers on the micro-blogging website, whereas has over 36 million likes on Facebook.

Portugal and Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is essentially the most adopted particular person on Instagram with a staggering 266 million followers. 

He is adopted by well-known singer Ariana Grande with 224 million followers, whereas retired WWE celebrity Dwayne Johnson is third on the record with 220 million followers.


Kohli is presently in Ahmedabad with the Indian cricket workforce as they gear up for the fourth and the ultimate Test in opposition to England, starting March 4. Kohli, who not too long ago turned essentially the most profitable Indian skipper on house soil, has been coaching exhausting forward of the series-deciding match. Earlier within the day, he shared an image with Team India’s energy and conditioning coaches Nick Webb and Soham Desai. Sharing the image, Kohli wrote that the 2 of them make life exhausting for him within the gymnasium nevertheless it helps him give his finest on the sphere.

India lead the Test collection 2-1 and must not less than win or draw the final Test in opposition to England to qualify for the World Test Championship last. 

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