Picture Credit: Twitter

Picture Credit: Twitter

The Men in Blue are all set to take on England in the U19 World Cup Final on Saturday evening. In the same regard, Virat Kohli extended his wishes to the boys. "Best wishes to our U-19 boys for the World Cup final. (Flag of India Flexed biceps)" wrote Kohli on Twitter. However, users were quick to bombard Kohli's feed with comments which caught the attention.

As India's senior men's team failed to perform in knockout games (2017 Champions Trophy Final, 2019 World Cup Semifinal, 2021 World Test Championship Final) under Virat Kohli, users have always tried to pull Kohli's leg whenever the cricketer wishes a team for knockout games. The same happened when Kohli wished the India U19 team for their final game against England.

The users started commenting on Kohli's tweet reminding of his records.

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However, it was not only negative comments on the Tweet as some users also pointed out that with his guidance, the U19 boys will win the game. Notably, Kohli had taken a session with India's U19 squad ahead of the big game. Aaradhya Yadav, one of the members of India U19 squad, thanked Kohli for inspiring them.

India to face England in finals

Talking about the big game of tonight, the India U19 boys are all set to take on England in the final game. Both the teams have performed really well in the edition. While India beat Australia to enter the finals for the fourth consecutive time, England beat Afghanistan in a thriller to reach the finals for the first time since 1988.

India and England are the only teams that have remained unbeaten in the tournament. Both teams have completely dominated the opposition in all the games they have played in this edition. England beat Bangladesh, Canada, UAE in the group stage, South Africa in the quarters, and Afghanistan in the semis. India, on the other hand, beat South Africa, Ireland, Uganda in the group stage, Bangladesh in the quarter-final and Australia in the semi-final. The match will be played at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.