Virat Kohli during a match. (Source: Twitter)

India skipper Virat Kohli has expressed grief after the Indian soldiers were martyred in the Galwan Valley. “Salute and deepest respect to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives to protect our country in the Galwan Valley,” Kohli wrote on Twitter.

The Indo-China tension has been on for a while now depsite the talks between the countries.

Earlier, former opener Virender Sehwag and opener Shikhar Dhawan also paid tribute to the martyrs.

The cricketing events have been shut due to the coronavirus outburst. India last toured New Zealand earlier this year where they won the T20Is but lost the ODIs and Tests.

They were later slated to play a bilateral tie against South Africa at home but that too was canceled. The first match was washed away due to rain while the other two were called-off due to COVID-19 outbreak.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) that was scheduled to begin in March-end was initially postponed till April 14 and later for an indefinite time. Though, as per the reports the IPL might start on September 26.

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