Indian skipper Virat Kohli was angered on Monday when he was asked to celebrate his stupendous performance after the dismissal of rival captain Kane Williamson on the second day of the second cricket Test here.
Christchurch. Indian skipper Virat Kohli was angered on Monday when he was asked to celebrate his stupendous performance after the dismissal of rival captain Kane Williamson on the second day of the second cricket Test here. However, Kohli later clarified that the match referee Ranjan Madugalle had no problem with what happened.
However, when New Zealand captain Williamson was asked about this, he did not give it much weight, saying, “This is the specialty of Virat, he plays the game with great passion.” After India’s seven-wicket defeat The Indian captain did not like it when a local journalist asked Kohli’s response to the alleged use of profanity against Williamson. India lost the series 0–2.
The anger could be seen clearly on Kohli’s face and he asked, “What do you think? I am asking for your answer.” Kohli said, “You need to find the answer and come up with a better question. You cannot come here with half incomplete information and half incomplete questions about what happened. If you want to create controversy then this is not the right place. I spoke to the match referee and they have no problem with what happened. ”
On the second day, when Jasprit Bumrah dismissed Williamson, Kohli celebrated as fiercely as every time. Kohli also made a gesture of keeping the audience silent. When Williamson was asked about Kohli’s celebration, he laughed it off. He said, “Virat is like that and he is passionate on the field. I don’t think much needs to be thought about. “