Kevin Pietersen reacts to a throwback picture of Virat Kohli

Kevin Pietersen reacts to a throwback picture of Virat Kohli

Kevin Pietersen reacts to a throwback picture of Virat Kohli(Pic Source: Twitter)

On Thrusday, Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli shared a 10 years old photo of himself along with a latest photo on Instagram, remembering his old days and now, thanking the Philips trimmer for the look he has now.

Sharing the picture on Instagram, Kohli wrote: “#TransformationThursday and my reaction says it all ????????????????” Thanks to my Philips Trimmer for a consistent clear cut performance. @sureshraina3 @royalnavghan ready to show your beard side to the world? @philipsindia #GetBearder

Kevin Pietersen

In one photo he is looking chubby like his name ‘Cheeku’ in the earlier days and in the another we saw the legend he is right now, matured and a smile with a perfect jaw-line. He also tagged some Indian team mates and challenged them to show their non-bearded and bearded side.

Former England Captain and Batsman, Kevin Pietersen reacted to the picture commenting, “I remember the guy on left.”

Kevin Pietersen also played for Royal Challengers Bangalore sharing the dressing room with the Indian Captain in 2009-10. Kevin Pietersen was one of the finest batsmen of this time before some controversies ended his career.

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On the other hand, Virat Kohli has transformed into a modern era great, amassing runs in every format of the game. In the process, Virat Kohli also took over captaincy from the legendary Mahendra Singh Dhoni and now leads India in all three format of the game.

While Kohli’s captaincy credentials in Test Cricket is well known to everyone. He has to prove himself in the limited version of the game. India have not managed to win any ICC tournament for more than six years now.

For your information, Kohli made his international debut for India in 2008 and has grown into a modern day legend, as he has completed a decade in international cricket scoring more than 20,000 international runs.

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