England’s women cricketer Danielle Wyatt who proposed to Virat Kohli three years back, recently shared a photo of the cricket bat she received from the Indian star batsman.
But Danielle made a huge blunder while posting the photo of the gift as she made a typographical error of Kohli’s name on the bat. She wrote ‘Virat Kholi’ instead of Virat Kohli.
Danielle is the same England cricketer who confessed her love for Kohli in 2014 on Twitter and wanted to marry him.
Virat gifted the charming female cricketer this bat during ICC Women’s World T20 in 2016. She is an all-rounder in England Women’s team and was a part of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 winning squad which defeated Mithali Raj led Indian side by 11 runs at the Lord’s Cricket Ground.
After the Women’s World Cup triumph, Danielle had a perfect season in Women’s Super League while playing for franchise Southern Vipers. Her team was the runner-up of the tournament.
These days, the 26 years old is training for the upcoming Ashes series. She got excited when she decided to train with Kohli’s bat in the practice session and posted about the same on Twitter.
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) September 10, 2017
After Danielle’s post, Danielle became the subjected of trolling on Twitter. The English cricketer faced Virat fans’ wrath for the typographical error.
Here are the some of the Twitter reactions regarding Danielle’s post:
hahahahahaha Kohli not kholi
— Ravi Jaryal (@ravijaryal1) September 11, 2017
those asking @Danni_Wyatt to spell Kohli's name properly, bhai logo bhawnao ko samjho …kohli ho ya kholi ki farak painda hai
— Saurabh Thapliyal (@saurabhthapliya) September 11, 2017
Its Kohli not kholi🤕🤕
— Prantik Jha (@PrantikJha1) September 11, 2017
Kholi again 😂!! Kholi means room & Virat means big/huge !! It means there's "big/huge room" for improvement 😂😂😂
Best wishes 👍👍
— VoiceOfAmay (@CricNik4u) September 11, 2017
Appreciate the love towards Virat, Danni 😊 hope you learn how to spell his surname soon 😂
— Ankie shekhawat (@Ankieshekhawat) September 11, 2017
Are.. Kholi nahi.. Kohli. I mean it's Kohli.. not Kholi…Still unknown about the real name of ur crush 😂😂
— Shubham Barnwal 🇮🇳 (@rj_subh) September 11, 2017
Remember when she tweeted "Kholi, marry me" it's a deliberate inside joke!!
— Vishal Vardhan (@vishal_vardhan) September 11, 2017
You spelled it wrong Right from The Start mate..Its Kohli Instead of Kholi#Weird 🙊🙊🙊
— 🇮🇳 SHARMI 🇮🇳 (@ImSharmi7) September 11, 2017
Did Virat gift you this bat with his name written incorrectly? Hmm
— Jnana (@kooldudej) September 11, 2017
Its "kohli", not "kholi" (kholi in a native indian language means a room)
— PAVAN SHARMA (@Pavan_sharma_07) September 11, 2017
गौरी मेम प्रेम में पड़ गईं…
— Kamaldeep Chauhan (@imkamaldeep14) September 11, 2017