Before the Windies series, the Indian master mixes with supporters, takes selfies



Before the game against the West Indies, Indian captain Virat Kohli smiled at the faces of his Florida fans.

The People in Blue practiced in front of the first T20I against the Windies on Saturday. The first race will take place at the Broward Local Park area of ​​Lauderhill.

Not only did the governor sign shirts and other souvenirs, he also clicked on pictures of children present at the booth. The Cricket Board of Control in India (BCCI) uploaded the video titled: "Skipper @ imVkohli knows how to bring smiles and joy to #TeamIndia fans."

Indian players even imagined playing football and the images were shared by BCCI. The post read: "When It's #TeamIndia Ball Time."

India will play the series against West Indies, which will consist of three T20Is, three ODIs and two Tests. The Lauderhill Stadium hosted its first international players in 2010, when New Zealand played in Sri Lanka.