IPL 2020: Virat Kohli Enjoys A Relaxing Time In The Bathtub After A Tiring Practice Session; Caution: PIC Is Too Hot To Handle

Virat Kohli who is currently in Dubai practicing for the upcoming IPL 2020 recently shared a picture that sees him chilling in the bathtub after a tiring day

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IPL 2020: Virat Kohli Enjoys A Relaxing Time In The Bathtub After A Tiring Practice Session; Caution: PIC Is Too Hot To Handle
Cricketers are currently in UAE practicing for the upcoming season of Indian Premier League. All the teams and its members are sweating it out in the field, polishing their cricketing skills for IPL 2020. The captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore, Virat Kohli, is too back to the grind, with his team, putting in his best efforts to gear up for the league. But of course, everyone needs a relaxing session right? But then, if you are Virat Kohli, it doesn't harm much to put out a picture from your relaxing session, chilling in the bathtub.

The handsome cricketer recently took to his Twitter handle to share a few pictures to describe how his day passed by. The first two pictures see him at the pitch, practicing cricket, while the last picture sees him chilling in the bathtub. One can say that Virat left very little to his fans' imagination with this titillating picture of his from the bathtub. But for all those who are having all sorts of thoughts looking at this picture of Virat, don't forget, it's mostly his wifey Anushka Sharma clicking the pictures.

Virat and Anushka recently announced that they are expecting their first child and pictures and videos of their mini-celebrations with the cricketers in Dubai had recently gone viral on the internet. Anushka and Virat had shared a post on Instagram saying that they are expecting their first baby in January 2021. Can't wait, hai na?







Image Source: Twitter/Virat Kohli
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