Indian superstar Virat Kohli left the fans cheering loudly with his tremendous display of skill in the T20 World Cup match against Pakistan.
Shortly after, a die-hard Kohli fan from Balochistan paid tribute to the player. He made a stunning sand art portrait of Kohli and also took a photo of his creation – and the photo went viral.
Now, Baloch artist Sameer Shoukat has shared how Pakistani cricketer Shahnawaz Dhanani showed Kohli his portrait and also took a photo with him to congratulate him on his amazing work.
Thanks @ShahnawazDahani this gift for you from me and my team Rashidi Gaddani Artists ???? #ShahnawazDahani #cricketTwitter #art #sketch #beachportray #rashidiartiatsgaddani #sameershoukat #balochistanartist #psl #pakwin #AUSvsAFG #AsuuStrikeUpdate pic.twitter.com/PHQw3oqXX4
— Samir Shoukat (@mr_lovely47) November 6, 2022
@imVkohli reacted to Gaddani Boys he thanked us we walked out and thanked sir @imVkohli & I wish you in advance the king of legends @imVkohli from me and my team Rashidi Artists Gaddani from Baluchistan Pakistan #ViratKohli ???? #virate #balochistanartist #KingKohliBirthdayCDP #sameer pic.twitter.com/HF0rouonto
— Samir Shoukat (@mr_lovely47) November 4, 2022
Pakistan and India, along with England and New Zealand, have qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC T-20 World Cup in Australia.
In the first semi-final of the ICC T-20 World Cup, Pakistan will face New Zealand in Sydney at 13:00 on Wednesday. The second semi-final will be played between India and England at 1:00 p.m. in Adelaide on Thursday.
The final between the winning teams will be played in Melbourne on Sunday.