"I am the most popular football player in India"
"I also play football"
Ankit Nair, a self-described ‘hardcore football fan’ seems to have forgotten who lifted the FIFA 2014 World Cup a few days ago.
Football World Cup 2014 final broke an Indian record of millions watching an object without caring much about what was going on. The record was earlier held by blackboards.
The 22-year-old was forced to follow football earlier this month as everyone in his social circle had started talking about the World Cup and he didn’t want to be left behind.
Alok Kumar, an IT professional took one of the most daring steps of his life by graciously accepting that he had no fucking clue about what was going on in FIFA World Cup.
Dhoni has told teams that he has a shot called ‘Helicopter Kick’ with which he can score a goal even from outside the stadium, in last few seconds of the game.
“Instead of 12.30 PM, matches will now start from 12.30 AM,” said an obligatory senior BCCI official in an exclusive interview given to Faking News.
Touched by the dedication shown by India in following FIFA world cup, despite their team not even qualifying for the qualifiers, Brazilians felt obliged to pay it back in some form.
Inspired by India’s most popular football icon, John Abraham, many budding Indian footballers have started learning bad acting and spending eight to ten hours daily in gym to do well in the field.
Indian fans are hoping that BCCI will use their expertise of making other countries work/play according to IST and thereby make it possible for them to watch matches without missing on their sleep or office next day.
With this, the controversy over MLAs going to Brazil has ended, because now six footballers are going to watch the FIFA World Cup and learn a few things about traffic management.