England woman cricketer Danielle Wyatt gets trolled for misspelling Virat Kohli's name

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England woman cricketer Danielle Wyatt spells Virat Kohli wrong, gets trolled on Twitter

New Delhi, Sep 12: England woman cricketer Daniele Wyatt has thanked India skipper Virat Kohli for gifting her a bat during the 2014 ICC World T20.

Wyatt, who was part of England squad that defeated Indian women's cricket team in the 2017 ICC World Cup final, took to Twitter to share the image of the willow that Kohli gifted her.

"Back training this week. Can't wait to use this beast Thanks @imVkohli #ping #middlesbiggerthanme," Danielle's tweet read.

However, Wyatt erred while misspelling Kohli's name on the toe end of the bat. Instead of Virat Kohli, she wrote 'Virat Kholi'.

Her mistake couldn't escape the prying eyes of Kohli's ardent fans on Twitter who spotted the spelling error and trolled the 26-year-old cricketer.

Here's how fans trolled her on Twitter:

Wyatt made quite a sensation when she took to Twitter and proposed Kohli watching him dismantle the opposition bowlers in the World T20.

"Kholi marry me!!!," she wrote. She misspelled the current India skipper's name back then as well.

Her fellow teammate Katherine Brunt then trolled her saying she was already asked by the Indian dasher.

Brunt replied to Wyatt,"@Danni_Wyatt: Kholi marry me!!!" Too late Don he asked me last week! 😉"

Wyatt has always been a big fan of Kohli and has never shied away from expressing her awe towards the Indian run machine.

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    Story first published: Tuesday, September 12, 2017, 13:17 [IST]
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