India reacts with full house after Sunil Chhetri’s passionate request
India reacts : Hot on the foot sole areas of captain Sunil Chhetri’s enthusiastic request looking for help from fans, tickets for India’s second Intercontinental Cup diversion against Kenya were sold out in Mumbai.
Chhetri, who will play in his 100th diversion for the nation at the Mumbai Football Arena, took to online networking and asked for football supporters to turn out in numbers and rally behind the Indian group after they whipped Chinese Taipei 5-0 in the opener.
A diverse turnout saw Chhetri net a hattrick as Stephen Constantine’s charges started the four-country meet on an immaculate note.
In his video message which became a web sensation, Chhetri stated: “Manhandle us, censure us however please come to watch the Indian national group play.”
“To every one of you, who have lost expectation or don’t have any expectation in Indian football, we ask for you to come and watch us in the stadium.
“To every one of you, who have lost expectation or don’t have any expectation in Indian football, we ask for you to come and watch us in the stadium,” he included.
This is nothing but a small plea from me to you. Take out a little time and give me a listen. pic.twitter.com/fcOA3qPH8i
— Sunil Chhetri (@chetrisunil11) June 2, 2018
The video even got Indian cricket group skipper Virat Kohli to respond.
“In help of what my great companion and Indian skipper Sunil Chhetri posted at some point back, I need to ask for everybody to go and watch Indian football play.
“Any individual who adores any sort of game, go and cheer for the group in the stadiums in light of the fact that they are buckling down, they are a gifted group and I have seen these players develop and learn in the course of the last couple of seasons and show signs of improvement at their diversion,” Kohli said in a video message.
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) June 2, 2018
Other than Kohli, batting legend Sachin Tendulkar and previous India skipper Anil Kumble likewise got behind Chhetri and posted messages in help of the football group via web-based networking media.
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) June 3, 2018
India will participate in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup one year from now in January.
(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)