New Delhi, August 04: The world's great runner Usain Bolt will be on track for the final race of his career this time, and in the meantime, Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has offered this paceman to play cricket. Jamaican runner Usain Bolt will be seen running for the last time for the IAAF World Championship in London on Friday.
Virat Kohli has tweeted a video, "Hey, Usain! I know it's your last race we are going to miss you a lot on the track. From me and everyone in the Puma family, we wish you all the very best for this one and all your future endeavours. If you ever wanna play cricket you know where to find me," said Kohli in the video.
Eight-time Olympic gold medal and 11 world gold medals, who have made their names, Jamaican great athletes will run their last race in London on Friday. We knew that, Bolt loves cricket too much. Recently he had said in an interview that cricket is his first love. When Bolt came to India in 2014, he played an innings of 45 in 19 balls in an exhibition match.
There are many athletes in this world, but no one will be able to replace Usain Bolt, who has been World Athletic of the Year in 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2016.