Indian Football Captain Sunil Chhetri Prefers Coconut Water Over Alcoholic Beverages

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Indian football team captain Sunil Chhetri went live for a Q&A session with Bengaluru FC fans. Chhetri says he prefers coconut water over beer, whiskey.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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It was a tough end to the ISL season for Bengaluru FC and their fan group as the team failed to reach the final this season. The ISL 2019-20 final had to be played behind closed doors due to the threat of the COVID-19 virus. ATK were crowned champions as they overcame a resurgent Chennaiyin FC outfit last week. As players continue to self-isolate to curb the coronavirus pandemic, Sunil Chhetri went live on Twitter to interact with BFC fans in a Q&A session on Friday.

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Indian football team captain Sunil Chhetri has been forced to remain indoors as the coronavirus pandemic has reached India. The Bengaluru FC talisman went live on Twitter earlier on Friday in order to interact with fans amid the ongoing COVID-19 scare. An enthusiastic fan asked Sunil Chhetri what is his preferred choice of poison - beer or whiskey. The Indian football team skipper was quick to respond that he would rather have coconut water instead of alcohol. 

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