Posted on March 8, 2017 at 2:56 PM
A cold war is going on between the popular Indian Cricket team Skipper Virat Kohli and the former Australian player since three days. This clash started during the second Test series in Bangalore between Virat Kohli and the rival captain Steven Smith. In the second test series, India had lost by 333 runs over Australia. After the match, the former opening batsman of Australia, Matthew Hayden who had done TV commentary in the series said that Australian players have tried to win over the Indian Skipper.
Also, the former batsman of Australia Mark Waugh defined the dismissal of Kohli in the 1st innings as ‘brain fade’. He also commented that Kohli doesn’t have an intention of winning the game like other players. All these comments on Virat have not made him upset except for the comment of the former wicket keeper Ian Healy. He said that he had lost respect for Virat Kohli after his clash with Smith. Ian also commented Kohli to show some more respect on the field during the match. He pointed out the behavior of the Indian Skipper during the test match that held on Sunday in Bangalore.
After that, on Tuesday, India had placed much effort and has won the test match and leveled up all the 4 test match series. Immediately, Kohli has given a hit back to Ian Healy. He said that “I’ll lose respect” in his eyes? However, there are 1.2 billion people in India. A single person doesn’t bring much variation in his life. He also advised Ian to go and explore on YouTube when he had given out in centurion on the leg side.
He also mentioned that Ian had said he doesn’t have decent behavior with the umpires in the match. He simply said all of them to watch the video on YouTube. After watching the video, you can ask the same question, said Kohli. As per the reports, Kohli doesn’t even bother about the thoughts of Ian Healy. As of now, Kohli completely focused on his forthcoming matches. However, all these issues are quite common in cricket matches and Twitter as well. Without considering such statements too personal, all the players must play with utmost focus.