Indian captain Virat Kohli is a fitness freak, but it seems to be so has backfired. Yes, yes, Dale Steyn is the one that has poked fun at Virat Kohli. Both Virat Kohli and Dale Steyn have played a lot of cricket against each other and this was a light-hearted moment for both the sensational cricketers. It seems the Indian captain though ‘one-hand push up’ is difficult for others and he posted a video, in which the Indian captain is seen doing one-hand push-ups. Kohli does 10 such push-ups. He posted the video and wrote, “How many one-handed push-ups can you do?” This must have caught the eye of the fast bowler. Well, Kohli would not have thought that anyone would come up with even a more challenging push-up drill as Steyn posted a hilarious reply, writing: “Impressive bud! But how many no hand push-ups can you do…? Haha”

It seems it was a tongue-in-cheek moment for the two cricketers. This is a screenshot of Dale Steyn’s reply.

Dale Steyn

Dale Steyn

After a successful Sri Lanka tour, where Virat Kohli-led team India whitewashed the Lankans and are ready to take on the mighty Australians at home, starting 17th September. They will play 5 One Day Internationals, followed by 3 T20I’s. It promises to be a humdinger of a series, where team India will finally be tested after enjoying an easy run in West Indies and Sri Lanka. The big news from the India camp is the fact that in form Shikhar Dhawan will not feature in the first 3 ODI’s because his wife is unwell.

Speaking ahead of the first game against Australia, he said: I don’t play for the three-figure mark maybe that’s why I end up crossing it more times because I am not thinking about it. So I don’t put myself under pressure in terms of ‘I need to achieve a landmark’. For me, what’s most important is to win the match for the team. As I said before, even if I am 98 not out or 99 not out, I don’t mind, as long as I win the game. In that process, things end up happening because you want to stay until the end. If there are enough runs on the board you end up achieving those landmarks, because you are thinking of that end result not about you reaching that landmark. So my motivation has never been that it will never be that.”