Remember Danielle Wyatt? The England Women’s team cricketer, who had once proposed to Indian skipper on Twitter? She is making news again due to Virat Kohli related reasons. In a surprise to many, Danielle posted a picture of a bat where his name was misspelled. For this, Danielle was subjected to trolling. The English skipper faced Virat fans’ wrath for the typo. Instead of ‘Virat Kohli’, Daniele wrote ‘Virat Kholi’ on the bat. “Back training this week. Can’t wait to use this beast. Thanks @imVkohli #ping #middlesbiggerthanme (sic),” she captioned the image. Twitterati were quick to spot the error and started trolling the cricketer for her mistake.
“Its “kohli”, not “kholi” (kholi in a native indian language means a room), (sic)” Pavan Sharma, an Twitter user wrote. Vishal Vardhan, another Kohli fan, wrote, “Kholi, marry me” it’s a deliberate inside joke!!”. Sharmistha, a Kohli fan, said that Wyatt has been writing Kohli’s name wrong right from the start. “You spelled it wrong Right from The Start mate..Its Kohli Instead of Kholi,” she wrote. “Kholi again!! Kholi means room & Virat means big/huge !! It means there’s “big/huge room” for improvement Best wishes (sic)” a user wrote. Another pointed out, “did Virat gift you this bat with his name written incorrectly? Hmm (sic).”
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) September 10, 2017
Remember when she tweeted “Kholi, marry me” it’s a deliberate inside joke!!
— Vishal Vardhan (@vishal_vardhan) September 11, 2017
In india all saw this story before in movie “Lagaan” it looks like the characters Virat is ” BHUVAN” & @Danni_Wyatt is
— Vibhu Kapoor (@vkapoor1212) September 11, 2017
Kholi again ????!! Kholi means room & Virat means big/huge !! It means there’s “big/huge room” for improvement ????????????
Best wishes ????????
— AB de Villiers (@CricNik4u) September 11, 2017
those asking @Danni_Wyatt to spell Kohli’s name properly, bhai logo bhawnao ko samjho …kohli ho ya kholi ki farak painda hai
— Saurabh Thapliyal (@saurabhthapliya) September 11, 2017
Wyatt had made headline when she tweeted, “Kholi, marry me!” in the year 2014. An all-rounder in England’s Women’s cricket team, the 26-year-old played in the World Cup winning squad which defeated Mithali Raj-led Indian side by 11 runs to lift the cup.