Former England cricketer Nick Compton has criticized India’s captain Virat Kohli for his aggressive behavior on the field. During the Lord’s Test between India and England, players were seen fighting on the field. Jaspreet Bumrah and James Anderson quarreled over the bouncer. Former England cricketer Nick Compton has described Kohli as one of the most abusive players in sledging. Bumrah and Mohammad Shami were batting while the English players then tried to sledge against Bumrah. Both batsmen shared 89 runs for the ninth wicket. At the time, besides James Anderson, Jose Butler was also involved with Indian bowlers.
Isn’t Kohli the worst guy? I will never forget the barrage of abuse I received in 2012, and it was shocking that that oath made me a serious slander. It highlights the degree to which Root, Tendulkar, Williamson and others are heads and underpinnings.
– Nick Compton (@thecompdog) August 18, 2021
Compton tweeted on Wednesday, ‘Isn’t Kohli the most bullied guy? I will never forget the atrocities I received in 2012. I was shocked at the time because he had crossed all limits. It is a testament to the calm nature of Joe Root, Sachin Tendulkar and Kane Williamson.
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On the fifth day of the second Test match between India and England, there was some quarrel between Kohli and England fast bowler James Anderson. However, the Indian captain later shook hands with Anderson. Compton has scored 775 runs in 16 Tests for England from 2012 to 2016. The third Test between India and England will be played at Headingley from August 25.