fter an agonising wait, Virat Kohli and Team India will finally be seen in action in World Cup 2019 when they begin their quest for a third title against South Africa at The Rose Bowl in Southampton on Wednesday. India are the last of the 10 teams to launch their challenge in England and Wales. India, one of the best supported cricket teams in world cricket, have got many good luck messages ahead of their opening World Cup 2019 clash but there seems to have been a sudden increase in prominent names from the world of football throwing their weight behind captain Virat Kohli and his team. The latest to declare his support for India is none other than Germany and Bayern Munich star striker Thomas Mueller.
The 29-year-old German football star took to Twitter to reveal that India skipper Virat Kohli had often supported the German national football team in the past, and Mueller returned the favour.