Published: Thu, November 08, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Kohli asks cricket fan to leave India, faces criticism

Kohli asks cricket fan to leave India, faces criticism

It shows Kohli saying that "those who prefer English and Australian batsmen should not live in India".

In the video available on his newly released app, Kohli reads out tweets and Instagram messages offering his opinions on them.

He suggested, that those who didn't like watching Indian batsmen should consider migrating to another country.

"Virat needs to understand that if the fans go away to other countries, then no Puma etc. will want to sign him for ₹100 crores".

Kohli promptly rebukes the cricket lover and asks him to leave the country: "I don't think you should live in India, go and live somewhere else". The user says that it's preferable to watch Australian and English batsmen.

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Kohli has requested the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to allow pacers skip the upcoming season of IPL in order to let them remain fresh for the quadrennial global spectacle, starting May 30 in the Old Blighty.

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"Over-rated batsman and personally I see nothing special in his batting".

"Virat Kohli's statement is a reflection of the bubble that most famous people either slip into or are forced into", wrote prominent cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle on Twitter.

"I don't think you should live in India". He also crossed the 10,000-run mark this year and surpassed legendary Sachin Tendulkar becoming the fastest batsman in the history of the sport to do so. After beating West Indies across all formats in the ongoing tour, Virat Kohli and co are now enjoying a short four-day break from their ongoing series with just a final T20I remaining. "Get your priorities right".

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