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Nick Compton Found Virat Kohli’s Gesture On Field Condescending, See Manoj Tiwary’s Reply

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Nick Compton Found Virat Kohli’s Gesture On Field Condescending, See Manoj Tiwary’s Reply

In ICC world cup 2019 India Played its second match with Australia on June 9. It was a thrilling match as in the history of ICC World Cup, Australia the five times world cup winner had to chase the highest score against team India.

During the match, Australia’s ace cricketer David Warner and Steve Smith were brutally booed by the crowd for the ball-tampering scandal.

The crowd in the stadium booed at Smith and chanted “cheater” while he was fielding near the boundary line. When Indian captain Virat Kohli noticed Indian fans booing Smith and it didn’t go down well with him. In between overs Virat immediately urged the fans to stop and applaud for the Australian skipper rather than chanting cheater.

Kohli won millions of hearts that day by his sweet gesture except for one. Former English cricketer Nick Compton was not at all impressed by Kohli display and “found it rather condescending“. He shared his video saying, “I don’t think Virat Kohli had any right to tell fans to stop booing at Warner and Smith but rather clap them.”

After Nick’s comment, Indian cricketer, and Bengal’s Ranji captain Manoj Tiwary came in support of Indian skipper. Manoj gave a befitting reply to Nick’s tweet. He wrote, “Wat is wrong wit this man ?? Humanity is far more beyond just rights nd wrongs in life. Grow up, Nick Compton. U won’t understand how we Indians feel about certain things in life. Request you to not drink before u make such comments”

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