AB de Villiers Yet Again Apologises To Virat Kohli For Spreading Misinformation – The exciting India vs England five-match Test series is currently underway, with two matches already completed and the series standing at 1-1 tie. Ahead of the series, the absence of former Indian captain Virat Kohli for the first two tests due to personal reasons was a significant development.
Now, as India unveils its squad for the final three tests, it has been confirmed that Kohli will continue to be absent for the remainder of the series. Kohli’s absence poses a considerable challenge for the Indian team, as his batting is a crucial component of the lineup. With the series finely balanced, both teams will be aiming to capitalize on this pivotal stage to secure victory. The absence of such a key player adds an extra layer of complexity to the already fiercely contested battle between two cricketing powerhouses.
Following the conclusion of the second test in the India vs England series, former RCB and South Africa player, as well as Virat Kohli’s close friend, AB de Villiers, made a significant announcement. De Villiers revealed that Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma are expecting their second child. This news sheds light on Kohli’s absence from the ongoing cricket series, as he prioritizes spending time with his growing family during this crucial period.
AB de Villiers Yet Again Apologises To Virat Kohli For Spreading Misinformation
AB de Villiers has issued an apology for inadvertently spreading misinformation regarding Virat Kohli’s absence from the ongoing cricket series. De Villiers clarified that Kohli, is still unavailable for the matches due to personal reasons, emphasizing that family comes first. He urged everyone to respect Kohli’s privacy during this time, highlighting that the specifics of the situation are not widely known. De Villiers acknowledged making a mistake in a previous show by suggesting otherwise and apologized to the Kohli family for any confusion or discomfort caused.
He said: “My friend Virat Kohli is still not available. I cry out to everybody to give him the privacy that he deserves. Family comes first. No one knows what exactly is going on. I am asking all of us to respect that. I did a bit of a blunder in my previous show and I apologise to the Kohli family for that.”
He added: “Just not nice. I shared information that was not confirmed at all so. I am begging everyone out there to respect him and his family and his private time. Hopefully, we will see Virat back, happy and scoring runs. Like he always does.”