The fifth and final One day international (ODI) match of the series between India and West Indies will be played on Thursday, November 1, and the Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli in a note praised the beauty of Kerala, also known as 'God's own country'. Going by the note, it looks like Virat Kohli is cleaned bowled by the scenic and natural beauty of Kerala, which recently witnessed the worst floods in its history in nearly a century. "Kerala is surely back to its feet and absolutely safe to come to," wrote the Indian captain in his note, referring to the catastrophic floods that ravaged one of the most beautiful states in India. World's Largest Clay Diya Mosaic Featuring Virat Kohli Formed in Mumbai Before Diwali 2018, Watch Video.
Virat Kohli in his note wrote that “Being in Kerala is nothing short of bliss. I love coming here and love the energy of the whole place. The beauty of Kerala is something to be experienced and I would recommend to everyone that they come here and experience the energy of God’s Own Country. Kerala is surely back to its feet and absolutely safe to come to. Thanks to this amazing place for making me feel happy every time I am here.”
Even the BCCI could not resist praising the enthusiastic welcome that was given to the Indian cricket team. Catch the pictures and the tweet below.
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 30, 2018
Talking about the series, India registered a huge victory in the fourth ODI against the West Indies to ensure that they do not lose the series after registering a tie and losing the second and third ODI respectively. India is leading the series 2-1 with the last ODI to be played on Thursday at Thiruvananthapuram. The match will be a do or die game for the West Indies and that makes the fifth match an interesting prospect.