Captain Virat Kohli has given a press conference ahead of the T20 World Cup match against New Zealand. After the defeat to Pakistan, Virat Kohli was seen here angry over the issue of online trolling of Mohammad Shami.
“We are not focusing on outside drama, we are focusing entirely on the match,” said skipper Virat Kohli. “It is completely wrong to target anyone on the basis of religion,” Virat said. Captain Virat Kohli said that there are some people on social media who do such things by hiding their identities, it has become a norm nowadays. This is the lowest level of their life when they harass someone like this. We keep the atmosphere in our dressing room and keep our players together. Whatever drama is created from the outside, it completely shows their mistakes.
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Virat Kohli said it was wrong to target anyone on the basis of their religion. I have never discriminated against anyone, it is just the work of a few people. I don’t want to waste my time if anyone doesn’t see the passion in Mohammad Shami’s game. Let me tell you that when Team India lost against Pakistan, Mohammad Shami was heavily trolled online. Former cricketers from the BCCI have spoken out in support of Mohammad Shami, now captain Virat Kohli has also openly supported his player.
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