Virat Kohli’s angry response to a fan for provoking Kamlesh Nagarkoti goes viral

After teammate and young Kamlesh Nagarkoti received insults during India’s warm-up game versus Leicester in England, the former India captain Virat Kohli became upset and turned on the Indian audience.

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Former India captain Virat Kohli got into a heated argument with a few spectators at the Grace Road Stadium in Leicester, where India and Leicestershire were playing a warm-up match. A spectator and Kohli had a falling out because the former captain believed the fan was taunting and abusing Kamlesh Nagarkoti, the pacer who is travelling with the Indian team to England as a net bowler.

Kohli can be seen shutting down a supporter for his behaviour towards the young quick. The fan was continuously asking Nagarkoti for a picture. The fan mentioned that he had taken a leave from his job for the game and he deserved a picture with Nagarkoti.

In the first innings for the India, Virat Kohli scored 33 runs off 69 balls, including four fours and a six. Roman Walker, pacer, controversially removed him after ruling on a leg-before-wicket appeal to a delivery that was swinging away. But the effect of which seemed off-stump; a frustrated Kohli even double-checked it with the umpire, who instructed him to walk back to the changing room.

India is getting ready for the fifth Test against England, which was postponed from the 2021 trip. The fifth Test was postponed to 2022 because to an pandemic of Covid-19 in the Indian camp.
India now has a 2-1 series advantage because to victories at Lord’s and the Oval. After a tied first game, England triumphed at Headingley.

Team India has arrived in England and will play 6 white ball matches beginning on July 1: 3 ODIs, 3 T20Is, and 1 Test. Notably, this would be Rohit Sharma‘s first overseas tour as the team’s official captain for India. As India prepares for the T20 World Cup later this year in Australia, Rohit and seasoned batsman Virat Kohli will want to win every game during this tour.

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