Virat Kohli’s school soil flown to London; which triggers meme fest online

"The soil from @imVkohli's school, where he learnt to play cricket, is going to London to bless him. Reply with your blessings and wishes and share this post with five other Virat fans as #KingKohli hunts for the #CricketKaCrown. #BlessingsFromHomeGround," reads the tweet.

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Indian Captain Virat Kohli is looking forward to becoming the third Indian captain after Kapil Dev and Mahendra Singh Dhoni to win the biggest event in International Cricket, the World Cup. He is in England with the team for ICC World Cup 2019. India played is playing its second match of the championship against Australia in which he ended up with 82 runs from 77 balls.

In an attempt to inspire the Indian cricket team and its former student to perform well at the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019, captain Virat Kohli’s school in New Delhi has come up with a unique idea. That is to transport a few amounts of soil from its ground to London. Soil from the Vishal Bharti Public School in Uttam Nagar was flown to London to bless Kohli and the team, World Cup broadcasters Star Sports said on Twitter.

Here is the Tweet, host broadcasters Star Sports posted:
Kohli, who completed his schooling till 9th standard from Vishal Bharti Public School in Uttam Nagar, Delhi has joined West Delhi Cricket Academy when he was in Vishal Bharti. Kohli has spent some very memorable early years on his life in this school, hence it is very close to his heart. 




However, as soon as the tweet from Star Sports went online, it did not take long for the tweet to go viral with many left quite amused by it. While some wondered whether the news was serious, others were quick to come up with hilarious memes and jokes on it.

Here are few of those tweets that went trending online:










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