Fans Are Brutally Trolling Virat Kohli For His Captaincy

Indian skipper Virat Kohli has once again found himself at the receiving end of criticism and trolling after the Indian cricket team was brutally defeated by Joe Root’s England in the 1st Test of the ongoing 4-match Test series.

On Day 5 of the 1st Test match, resuming the day with 381 runs adrift of the target, the England cricket team dominated the game from the word go and bundled-up the Indian cricketers in quick successions. James Anderson turned out to be the hero of the match for England’s side after he put up a special performance in the morning. Following his heroics, other bowlers also joined hands to seal a memorable win.

Virat too was dismissed for cheap before the Indian skipper played out a gutsy knock. However, Kohli’s fighting knock of 72 runs went in vain as England registered a memorable victory over team India in the series opener.

Though the Indian skipper Virat tried to hold the game, however, the moment he was dismissed, the batting line-up collapsed and India lost the game eventually.

Meanwhile, social media was soon flooded with reactions from Twitterati on this. Fans of the Indian cricket team were quick to castigate the charismatic leader of the Indian team. Fans also highlighted Virat’s poor record as a captain of late and asked for his removal as the skipper of team India.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:

In the mean time, after India’s massive defeat by England, team India has now slipped down to fourth place in the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) points table. On the other hand, the England cricket team has successfully reached the summit after their sixth win.


Unnati Madan

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