Various claims have been made about the progress of Team India captain Virat Kohli from the Lord’s Test between India and England, some praising it and some criticizing it. At this time, former England cricketer Nick Compton took to Twitter to target Virat and said he was going to talk rudely. Former Pakistani cricketer Danish Kaneria has clashed with Compton over this. Compton was so angry at the tweet that he thought it was OK to delete it.
Kanarea on YouTube channel, ‘Former England cricketer has trouble with Virat. Is it okay when those people do? Should they always rule their kingdom? When a large team is in front of him, he adopts a similar strategy to pressure the opposing team. When Jaspreet Bumrah came out to bat, the England team started bothering him. Jose Butler said something and the others followed him.
Kaneria, who supported the Virat lead, said the Indian leader did not condemn anyone but replied to England in his own language. Kaneria said, ‘Kohli was just showing aggression as a leader and the audience was supporting him. As for the abuse, we all played cricket and it wasn’t fun until we got a little upset on the field. I think Kohli didn’t say any abusive words.