After dedicating a song to the fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Bharat Army is back to raise the bar in their support for the Indian cricket team and this time they have managed to grab the attention of Indian skipper Virat Kohli. A video posted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Twitter show the Bharat Army singing and cheering from the Adelaide Oval roof as Virat Kohli came out for a practice session.
Loud, clear and in unison the bunch of India supports chanted "Virat Kohli". Hearing the Bharat Army sing, the Indian team skipper Kohli looked up at them and appreciated their effort with a smile. BCCI captioned the video as "MUST Cheering for #TeamIndia from atop the Adelaide Oval. Team India fanatics Bharat Army reached a new height as they climbed the Adelaide Oval rooftop to cheer for the Indian team". Take a look:
Earlier in the week, ahead of the first Test of the four-match series between India and Australia in Adelaide, the Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar surprised a group of fans at the stadium. In a video posted on the official Twitter account of the BCCI, Bhuvneshwar was seen meeting up with a few members of the fan group Bharat Army at the stadium.
In the video, the fans sang the song and dedicated it to the fast bowler. The BCCI tweeted the video with the following caption: “SPECIAL: Bhuvi surprises Bharat Army with a kind gesture at the Adelaide Oval Watch on as the Bharat Army sings a song for @BhuviOfficial.”
Meanwhile in the Adelaide Test, Ravichandran Ashwin (3/50) led the Indian bowling attack with a fine spell of off-spin bowling as India fought their way back on Day 2.