London: Former England cricketer Nick Compton on Wednesday made an objectionable statement on Twitter about Team India captain Virat Kohli. Nick Compton said that Virat Kohli is the most abusive person. I will never forget the barrage of abuses Kohli received in 2012.
This objectionable comment on Kohli
Former England batsman Nick Compton said that Virat Kohli is the most abusive person. Compton tweeted, ‘Isn’t Kohli the most abusive person. I have never forgotten that when I was abused in 2012. Compton played 16 Test matches for England between 2012 and 2016 and scored 775 runs.
This PAK cricketer stopped speaking
Indian fans have also retaliated on the tweet of former England cricketer Nick Compton. Now former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria has come to the rescue of Kohli. Danish Kaneria defended Compton fiercely for this tweet. Danish Kaneria gave a befitting reply to Nick Compton on his YouTube channel, saying, ‘There is a former English cricketer who is disappointed with the way Virat Kohli shows anger. Is it okay and when do you do it? Do you have to rule all the time?’
lashed out at england team
Danish Kaneria said, ‘Whenever there is a big team against you, they use the same tactic that you have been using against them for so many years to humiliate them. You started it when Jasprit Bumrah came out to bat. Jos Buttler had said something to Bumrah first and then other players also joined in.
Kohli aggressive as captain
Kaneria said, ‘Kohli as captain was just showing aggression and the crowd was supporting him. Talking about abusive language, we have played cricket and we do not enjoy it until there is even a little joke. I don’t think Kohli has used any abusive language. The aggression shown by Kohli played an important role in helping India win this Test match.
The heat in the Lord’s Test
Let us tell you that on the heat in the Lord’s Test, Team India’s opener KL Rahul had said that if any team attacks one of their players, then together we will give a befitting reply to them. Compton played 16 Test matches for England between 2012 and 2016 and scored 775 runs.