This Australian journalist has once again tried to insult Indian cricketers, especially Virat Kohli and he’s always got befitting replies. Once Again this Aussie journalist who goes by the Twitter name @Denniscricket tried to insult the Indian Skipper, Virat Kohli and he was once again slammed by Kohli fans.
Dennis posted a picture of Virat Kohli and asked who this cricket is whose name rhymes with Holy Moly. He also dropped a hint with the picture which stated that this batsman can’t bat in test matches away from home.
As Dennis inflicted this great insult on Virat Kohli, Twitter was quick to slam him and he got the most befitting replies for his publicity stunt.
Here’s What He Posted:
This is not the first time this Australian journalist has insulted an Indian cricketer. He also went about insulting Sachin once and Kohli too has been insulted by him a few number of times. But he has always been on the receiving end of heavy slamming whenever he has tried to insult an Indian cricketer.
Virat Kohli’s fans were infuriated at this act of disgrace coming from this Aussie journalist. Virat Kohli fans rather started to take a dig at Steve Smith and made the journalist realise that there’s no one better in the limited overs format than Kohli and Steve Smith has always under performed in the limited overs format away from home.
Sledding and insulting Indian players have always been Australia’s modes operandi. Be it the Aussie players of the Australian journalist, they have always tried to sledge or insult Indian players. After a befitting defeat in the first ODI against England they should rather focus on their cricket and not what Virat Kohli does.
Here is how twitterati reacted:
@DennisCricket_!, It's not the first time u are mocking him for batting outside home and recieving comments featuring KOHLI's 4 consecutive 100s in Australia!
Don't mock his batting, plz mock his dumb Captaincy!
— RIK Graphics ?⚪ (@RIK_Graphics) January 14, 2018
Why are you lying man,why?I've checked his scores,he scored tons against everywhere except England which he will do in this summer.
— Sparsh Bhardwaj ?? (@iamSBhardwaj) January 14, 2018
— Nayeem A. Choudhury (@IamNayeemAhmed) January 14, 2018