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Twitter Slams Kohli For Being Partial After KL Rahul Flops Again, Asks Why Not Include Rohit Sharma

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Twitter Slams Kohli For Being Partial After KL Rahul Flops Again, Asks Why Not Include Rohit Sharma

The second test match between India and West Indies started yesterday at Sabina Park, Jamaica, and by the end of the first day, India was 264/5 with Rishabh Pant and Hanuma Vihari on the crease. While Pant was at 27, Hanuma was going strong at 42.

However, the player who was praised the most was Indian skipper Virat Kohli who played a beautiful innings of 76 runs. Nevertheless, he was criticised a lot by the Indian cricket fans for providing several chances to Indian opener KL Rahul who is performing in a poor manner regularly.

KL Rahul departed early after scoring just 13 runs while his partner Mayank Agarwal scored a half-century. Rahul has not been able to perform well with his bat for a long time now and Indian cricket lovers are not able to understand why he is getting repeated chances and Rohit Sharma is constantly being ignored. Many are saying that it is Virat Kohli’s friendship with KL Rahul because of which he is not getting ousted from the team despite consistent poor performances.

Twitter users seem to be quite upset with KL Rahul and slam him heavily for his performance in the second test match. Some go on to the extent of saying that it is high time he should be shown the door and Rohit Sharma should find a place in the test squad.

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Some time ago, there was news that Virat and Rohit are not on talking terms after the exit of India from the World Cup 2019. Not only this, it was also said that some players are not happy with the style of functioning of the coach and the captain and that KL Rahul will remain in team even if he doesn’t perform because he is a good friend of Indian skipper Virat Kohli.

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