Former South African cricketer Herschelle Gibbs on Monday responded to ICC’s isolation game on Twitter, where he found his match in India skipper Virat Kohli as he was born in February.

Gibbs also mentioned that if he is in quarantine with Kohli, he would love to gym with him.

“In quarantine. Me and @imVkohli going toe to toe in the gym,” he wrote in his tweet which was a reply to ICC’s tweet.

In order to keep the fans entertained and engaged during this tough time, they came up with an isolation game. Based on their birth month, the fans have got to find their cricketer matchup with whom they can spend time with.

The next segment of this game is that based on the highest score, they can spend that much time (in hours) with that particular cricketer. The last digit of their phone number will help them decide what they will be doing with that player.

With Gibbs’ highest score being 228, he will get to spend ample time with Kohli in the gym.

With no cricketing action due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Indian cricketers are getting a much-deserved break after the grueling tour of New Zealand. The Indian skipper has been spending quality time with wife Anushka Sharma.

The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) will keep a close watch on the pandemic situation and will give an update on March 24. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has said that if the tournament has to happen it has to be a truncated one.

With the escalating COVID19 threat, people have been advised to stay indoors and clean as a precautionary measure. The number of positive cases in India has gone past the 400-mark and the number is on the rise.