Virat Kohli and Other Members of the Indian T20I Squad Get Into Work Mode After Reaching Australia Ahead of the First T20 (Watch Videos and Pics)
Members of the Indian team sweat it out after reaching Australia (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Virat Kohli and company reached Australia a few hours ago. The members of the team did not waste time and got into work mode after resting for a bit. Virat Kohli, Dinesh Karthik, Washington Sundar and youngster Rishabh Pant and a few other members of the team were spotted in the gym. Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant were running on the treadmill as a part of preparations of the upcoming T20 series.India vs Australia 2018-19: Mitchell Johnson Hilariously Takes a Dig at Virat Kohli for Playing Without Altercation Comment. 

When  Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant were seen hitting it out in the gym, KL Rahul too was in a bid to beat the jet lag. He was seen running outdoors. Virat Kohli took to social media to share the video of their cardio sessions. “There's no ideal way to put in hard work. Everyday is an opportunity. Stay fit stay healthy! ✌️💪🏃,” read the caption of the clip. Check out the video below.India vs Australia 2018-19 Schedule & Time Table in PDF for Download in IST: List of T20Is, Tests & ODI Matches; Full Fixtures with Match Timings of IND vs AUS Series.

 

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There's no ideal way to put in hard work. Everyday is an opportunity. Stay fit stay healthy! ✌️💪🏃

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KL Rahul also left no stone unturned to beat the jet lag.

 

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My Man Working Hard!! @rahulkl

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Dinesh Karthik was seen training with weights.

Dinesh Karth (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Here’s another one.

Dinesh Karthik (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Talking about the much-awaited series, India will play three T20s, four Tests, and three ODIs. Down Under. As per reports, the Indian skipper Virat Kohli who has been in hot waters for ‘leave India’ comment, has been asked to stay humble during the tour to Australia. He was told to be humble, in his interactions both with the press and the public,” a COA official was quoted as saying by a newspaper.