Former Indian captain Saurav Ganguly proclaimed that Virat Kohli will go shirtless in England if India wins the 2019 World Cup. Back in 2002, Saurav removed his T-shirt after winning NatWest series final against England. Almost every Indian cricket fan remembers that shirt-waiving by Ganguly.
In an interview with India Today, Ganguly said: “I can guarantee you now if he wins the World Cup final at Lord’s in 2019. We better get our cameras ready, as he’s got the six packs, I would not be surprised if he’s on Oxford Street with the Trophy and his shirt off.”
Ganguly further named a player who will follow Virat, none-other-than, Hardik Pandya.
“Hardik will be following me. 120 percent. Bumrah is there as well because he has six packs too. He is there in the game. There will be a few candidates.”
When Kohli was asked about his memory regarding Natwest Trophy final. He shared: “I clearly remember that night. The game started brilliantly. Those totals were very difficult to get. I slept off when we were five down. I went off to sleep. My brother woke me up and he said we were winning. I was like: ‘what are you talking about?'”