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Virat Kohli ‘Tends to Go off Rails in November’: Twitter Taunts ‘Leave India’ Remark

Kohli was promoting his app and read out some of the messages posted by fans. It did not go well.

On Wednesday, November 7, Indian test cricket captain Virat Kohli reacted aggressively to a fan who had wrote that he preferred international cricketers’ batting to Kohli’s. Bizarrely, Kohli, in a video, told the fan that they “should not live in India” if they preferred a foreign cricketer.

Riling as it was, Twitter understandably found humour in the situation and users called out on Kohli’s numerous hypocrisies.

Political commentator and satirist Akash Banerjee shared a series of tweets, even to the extent of correlating Kohli’s unexpected statements as occurrences that transpired in November (read, Demonetisation disaster of November 2016):

One Twitter user spoke about the Pakistani fan of Virat Kohli who received a 10-year prison term for unfurling the Indian flag.

Understandably, Rahul Dravid’s name also merited a mention:

Veteran cricket commentator and analyst, Harsha Bhogle, however, came up with a dose of philosophising to sum up the debacle:

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