Kohli vs Gambhir: Years old rivalry not taking the name of ending
In this fight caught on camera, both of them abused their mother and sister fiercely. There are different views on where the brawl started during the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Lucknow Supergiants on Monday night.
The on-field brawl between Delhi’s two stalwarts Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir after an IPL match has once again exposed the bitterness they have for each other. In this fight caught on camera, both of them abused their mother and sister fiercely. There are different views on where the brawl started during the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Lucknow Supergiants on Monday night. Some are calling it childish, while some are finding spice in this rivalry, while some believe that such incidents should be avoided in the ‘gentleman’s game’.
An eyewitness in one of the teams said, “You saw on TV that Kyle Myers and Kohli were walking together for some time after the match. Myers asked Kohli why he was continuously abusing him, to which Kohli said why he (Myers) was staring at him. Earlier, Amit Mishra had complained to the umpire that Virat was continuously abusing number 10 batsman Naveenul Haque. The eyewitness said, “Gautam felt that the situation would worsen, so he pulled Myers from there and told him not to talk. Then Virat said something.
This was followed by a heated argument which was childish. “He said,” Gautam said kya bol raha hai bol. On this Virat said that I did not say anything to you, why are you entering. On this, Gautam said that if you have spoken to my player, then you have abused my family and Virat said that you should take care of your family.
He said, “Gambhir said that now you will teach me. After this both were separated. According to eyewitnesses, the behavior of both was childish. Earlier in 2013 too, during the match of RCB and Kolkata Knight Riders, there was a clash between the two. Kohli was on the verge of becoming a superstar while Gambhir was the captain of KKR. Gambhir is as aggressive today and is also a TV expert. Apart from this, there is a mentor or remote control captain of Lucknow. While Kohli is the pivot of RCB though Faf du Plessis is the captain on paper. A former India player said, “The relationship between the two is very complicated. Gautam is not a bad person but he is difficult to deal with. He should not have pointed finger at the audience chanting Virat’s name at Chinnaswamy Stadium. Alone on Kohli’s Twitter 55. 4 million followers while BJP MP Gambhir has 12.5 million followers. Fans of both are now creating false stories against each other. Overall, this is such an incident that Indian cricket fans would not like to remember as no one’s conduct in it was commendable.
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