Here's why Team India captain Virat Kohli ended his tie with the Premier Futsal League
Currently, Virat Kohli is in Chennai, where team India will face world champions Australia in the first of the five ODIs, which will be held on 17 September on Sunday.
Team India captain Virat Kohli on Friday ended his association with the Premier Futsal League (PFL) tournament as an ambassador, a few days after saying no to endorsing a soft drink brand.
As per the report, the Delhi batsman had completed legal formalities for stepping down as the brand ambassador for the Futsal tournament.
Virat Kohli, co-owner of FC Goa in the Indian Super League (ISL), was involved with the Premier Futsal as the brand ambassador during its inaugural season, which is not recognized by AIFF(All India Football Federation) or the footballing world body FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association ).
Kohli had even lent his voice for the anthem of Premier Futsal League composed by AR Rahman
Last year, AIFF president Praful Patel had tweeted, saying any brand ambassador of the ISL cannot be associated with an unrecognized football body, as it was not registered with the AIFF or FIFA.