India vs New Zealand Intercontinental Cup 2018: Sunil Chhetri REVEALS His Plans For His 200th International to Parth Jindal

It is interesting to see Sunil respond saying that is the plan. We are surprised! If that has to be true, Sunil will have to be on top his game for the at least the next five years to realistically chase that milestone.

Published: June 7, 2018 3:33 PM IST

By India.com Sports Desk | Edited by Ankit Banerjee

Sunil Chhetri
Sunil Chhetri

After Indian captain Sunil Chhetri featured in his 100th international, becoming only the second Indian to do so. It seems questions are already being asked about whether he will play his 200th international. Meanwhile, Sunil Chhetri scored a brace to make his 100th game memorable for him and his national side. India beat Kenya 3-0, in Mumbai’s Andheri Sports Complex. The Indian captain also scored a hat-trick in the tournament opener against Chinese Taipei in the ongoing Intercontinental Cup 2018.

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After his 100th game, he thanked fans for turning up to the stadium in huge numbers. This happened after he posted an emotional video on Twitter appealing fans to flock to the stadium and they obliged. All the tickets were sold out well ahead of the fixture. In fact, India take on New Zealand on July 7, where Jeje will play his 50th international.

So what is the story of the 200th international?

Well, the story is that his club Bengaluru FC’s share-owner Parth Jindal recently posed a question for Chhetri on Twitter where he asked Sunil if he would play his 200th international. Jindal’s post read,”Congratulations to one of the best human beings I have met – both on and off the field @chetrisunil11 you continue to inspire me, @bengalurufc and @IndianFootball – congratulations on playing a 100 times for India – won’t be surprised if you make it to 200.”

Here is the celebrated Indian captain’s response.

It is interesting to see Sunil respond saying that is the plan. We are surprised! If that has to be true, Sunil will have to be on top his game for the at least the next five years to realistically chase that milestone.

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Published Date: June 7, 2018 3:33 PM IST