Bizarre: Virat Kohli asks fan to leave India over minor reason

Virat Kohli sparks controversy after he asks fan to 'leave' India

Mumbai: Virat Kohli was on Wednesday embroiled in a controversy when a fan termed him an "over-rated batsman" comparing him to England and Australia cricketers.

He suggested, that those who didn't like watching Indian batsmen should consider migrating to another country. The controversial comments from the Indian cricket captain came while he was reading tweets and Instagram messages, and simultaneously responding to them in a video. Why are you living in our country and loving other countries?

Kohli who found the comment to be mean said that "I don't think you should live in India. Get your priorities right".

These words by Indian skipper Virat Kohli has set social media abuzz.

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Interestingly, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane did not make any request to rest the batsmen. "I enjoy watching English and Australian batsmen more than these Indians". "Kapil Dev on song was a delight to watch as were (Richard) Hadlee, (Ian) Botham and Imran (Khan)", he added.

"I think this has to do with respecting cricketing excellence without any thoughts about geographical or political boundaries". "Yes, I can like and endorse global brands because I am getting money for it". For the Indian skipper, the response to this was to say that those who have choices like this should not be living in India. If he checks his contract, he may find that he may have violated his contract with this statement. He should walk the talk and support the BCCI's partners rather than focusing on private endorsements. He also crossed the 10,000-run mark this year and surpassed legendary Sachin Tendulkar becoming the fastest batsman in the history of the sport to do so.

Editorial team of CricketCountry.

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