Will Danielle Wyatt along with Anushka Sharma cheer for Virat Kohli in the IPL 2018? Here’s the answer

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With the development of various social media platforms, fans have found it easier to connect with their favorites and probably even engage in a certain conversation.

Some people have turned out to be heated exchange of words, some have developed to become funny. And now recently a chit-chat took place between England women’s cricketer Danielle Wyatt and her fan and like most times, the topic was Virat Kohli.

A fan asked Wyatt on Twitter whether she will be cheering for Kohli during the 11th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) along with Anushka Sharma and the English all-rounder came up with a reply.

The 26-year old had tweeted on March 7 of her eagerness to play in India, where she had also made her international debut in one-day and T20 formats.

Her tweet read: “Can’t wait to fly out to India next week & get back out there with the girls! One of my favourite places to play.”

To which, her fan, with the Twitter handle Karan Arjun tweeted, “Well come to India @Danni_Wyatt. Hope to see u with @AnushkaSharma in @RCBTweets stands cheering for @imVkohli during the @IPL.” Along with the tweet, the user shared a picture of Virat and Wyatt.

https://twitter.com/KaranArjunSm/status/972126733531987969

Moments later, Wyatt replied, “Will try and get to a game.”

Virat Kohli will be back in action from April 8 as he will be leading Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2018.

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