The first match will be played at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium TURF ground in Lauderhill, and it will mark the beginning of the series, which includes three T20Is, three ODIs, and two Tests.
Aug 02, 2019 04:09:45 IST
Captain Virat Kohli smiles on the face of fans in Florida to watch the practice session of the Indian cricket team before the first T20I against the West Indies on Saturday. The first match will be played at Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium.
in Loderhill, which includes 3 ODIs, 3 T20Is, and 2 Tests.
Not only did Kohli sign shirts and other memorable signs for fans at the venue, but he also clicked the pictures with some of the children present in the stand. The Board of Control Cricket in India (BCCI) uploaded the same video and read the post: “Skipper @imVkohli knows how to get smiles and happiness for fans and #TeamIndia.”
First, to the first match of the series, Team India sweated sweat in the nets of Hurricane in Florida. Indian players were portrayed while playing football, and the images were shared by the BCCI on social media. The post read: “When it’s time to play it is #TeamIndia.”
In favor of Kohli, this is an opportunity to take the pieces after the disappointing campaign in the World Cup in England and left behind the latest issue of division in the camp.
The Lauderhill Stadium hosted its first international matches in 2010 when New Zealand had played Sri Lanka in two T20s. The West Indies and India played a T20 three years ago and produced the real fireworks, in which In Men In Blue won the match with only one run.