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    Quote Originally Posted by gazza619 View Post
    I guess being rich and famous and all doesn't necessarily make one classy.
    His supreme talent cannot be doubted.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    His supreme talent cannot be doubted.
    I meant not classy in a non-cricketing sense.

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    Kohli antics lost them the match in the field.

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    I think his antics and behaviour is having an impact on several of his team-mates.

    They see him behaving like that and getting away with it, so they do exactly what he is doing knowing full well they will get away with it.

    Unnecessary, immature and sets a terrible example.



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    I like Kohlis passion but this was ridiculous and no one has the guts to call him out. Where is the ICC? and what will Dravid have to say about this? Dravid remains one of the most liked cricketers that has played in the recent times, how will this go down with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    I think his antics and behaviour is having an impact on several of his team-mates.

    They see him behaving like that and getting away with it, so they do exactly what he is doing knowing full well they will get away with it.

    Unnecessary, immature and sets a terrible example.
    Kohli is single handedly responsible for the way Ashwin, KL Rahul, Pant behaved. They would never have done this with Rohit in charge. Sad to say but Kohli is a bad toxic influence as reports are to believe. Vikrant Gupta has been saying for a while that there has been a cold war b/w Ganguly and Kohli and Ganguly is waiting for the right moment to strip Kohli of the captaincy in all formats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    I like Kohlis passion but this was ridiculous and no one has the guts to call him out. Where is the ICC? and what will Dravid have to say about this? Dravid remains one of the most liked cricketers that has played in the recent times, how will this go down with him.
    Lol at Kohli's passion, the guy is a classic example of a Bully, On top captain who only bites when on top. He becomes a kitten when the situation is beyond hopeless.

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    Kohli,Rahul and Pant should be banned for atleast 3 matches only Indian players would react like this.

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    In last few series, Kohli's on field behavior had improved a lot, but after a while he went full Kohli in this test. Doesn't look good especially for his fans.

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    Beyond shameful behavior by Kohli to not even shake Rassie van der Dussen and Temba Bavuma's hands after the match ended. Deep down it seems he is still the immature child who was flipping off crowds in Australia a decade ago.

    Remarkably poor sportsmanship and a terrible example for youngsters that are growing up idiolizing him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedwoodOriginal View Post
    Beyond shameful behavior by Kohli to not even shake Rassie van der Dussen and Temba Bavuma's hands after the match ended. Deep down it seems he is still the immature child who was flipping off crowds in Australia a decade ago.

    Remarkably poor sportsmanship and a terrible example for youngsters that are growing up idiolizing him.


    India's Virat Kohli shakes hands with South Africa's Rassie van der Dussen after South Africa won the match.(REUTERS)




    India's Virat Kohli shakes hands with South Africa's Temba Bavuma after the match. Credit: Reuters Photo
    Last edited by MenInG; 15th January 2022 at 13:10.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    I like Kohlis passion but this was ridiculous and no one has the guts to call him out. Where is the ICC? and what will Dravid have to say about this? Dravid remains one of the most liked cricketers that has played in the recent times, how will this go down with him.
    Dravid is too weak a character to control Kohli, he simply isn't suited to support or guide a captain such as Kohli. It's clear that Ganguly is deliberately sabotaging the team and looking for an excuse to sack Kohli.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last Monetarist View Post
    Dravid is too weak a character to control Kohli, he simply isn't suited to support or guide a captain such as Kohli. It's clear that Ganguly is deliberately sabotaging the team and looking for an excuse to sack Kohli.
    Well the series loss to a relatively weak Saffer team should be enough of a prompt for the sacking if he is thinking in those terms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Well the series loss to a relatively weak Saffer team should be enough of a prompt for the sacking if he is thinking in those terms.
    Looks like the prompt worked more effectively than imagined.

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    He was losing it these past few series. IMO he should take a break from all cricket for some time and spend some time with his family away from media, if possible outside India.

    Otherwise, I won't be surprised if he retires from all cricket before summer 2023.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post


    India's Virat Kohli shakes hands with South Africa's Rassie van der Dussen after South Africa won the match.(REUTERS)




    India's Virat Kohli shakes hands with South Africa's Temba Bavuma after the match. Credit: Reuters Photo
    My bad. I saw a post online that misled me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedwoodOriginal View Post
    Beyond shameful behavior by Kohli to not even shake Rassie van der Dussen and Temba Bavuma's hands after the match ended. Deep down it seems he is still the immature child who was flipping off crowds in Australia a decade ago.

    Remarkably poor sportsmanship and a terrible example for youngsters that are growing up idiolizing him.
    Despite all the onfield actions, One thing is sure. Kohli gives full credit to the opposition for playing well. He did it to the NZ team for hanging out for a draw in India. He did when NZ won WTC. He did it in the press conference to the SA team here as well. Many fans are mixing his onfield behavior with other stuff.


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    Virat Kohli might no longer be captaining the Indian cricket team in any of the three formats, he still remains the 'aggressive and passionate' cricketer that he is. In the first ODI against South Africa on Wednesday, Kohli got himself into a fiery exchange with Proteas skipper Temba Bavuma over a throw.

    Kohli, who was fielding at the short cover position, unleashed a throw towards the wicket-keeper's end as Bavuma played a shot towards him. While there was a slight chance of a run-out, the South African wasn't pleased seeing the venom with which Kohli had thrown the ball towards his end.

    Though nothing untoward happened, Bavuma wasn't happy with Kohli as he felt that the ball could've hit him. Seeing him complain about the throw, Kohli didn't hold back and gave the Proteas star a sharp reply. The video of the entire episode has surfaced online.

    South Africa didn't get off to the best of starts, with the team losing 3 wickets for just 68 runs. But then, Bavuma and Rassie van der Dussen put in a solid show for the 4th wicket. The duo registered a partnership of 204 runs, with both scoring a century each. While Bavuma was dismissed for 110 by Jasprit Bumrah, Van der Dussen remained unbeaten on 129.

    https://www.timesnownews.com/sports/...rst-odi/851141


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