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Admin Reporter- Pooja

Nov 09 2018


Mohammad Kaif Defends Virat Kohli's 'Leave India' Remark, Says India Captain Unfairly Targeted

Virat Kohli's "leave India" comment to a cricket fan cooked up a massive storm on Twitter with the Indian captain coming under-fire from various quarters. In a controversial video doing the rounds on social media, Kohli is seen telling a fan to go "live somewhere else" for not supporting the Indian team. After receiving a lot flak from other fans, Kohli responded by saying "I guess trolling isn't for me guys, I'll stick to getting trolled!". On Thursday night, former India batsman Mohammad Kaif came to Kohli's defence and said that the Indian skipper was being unfairly targeted and his "statements are twisted according to whatever suits the agenda of people".

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