Virat Kohli looses calm hurls abuses to a journalist for an article on Anushka Sharma

Virat Kohli looses calm hurls abuses to a journalist for an article on Anushka Sharma

Virat Kohli looses calm hurls abuses to a journalist for an article on Anushka Sharma: The Indian Cricket team is the happiest lot in all the 14 participating teams in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015; they have won all the competitions they have been in and also that every member in the squad is performing to the best of the expectations and abilities.

India will now face the Caribbean’s at WACA on Friday and preparing for their fourth game in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 round robin stage. A win here will ensure that the Men in Blue will go on to top the table and will be safely placed in the quarter-final.

So MS Dhoni and his boys are sweating it out in Perth preparing for the game. This is almost a trend now that on days when players train on the ground, journalists wait there and watch the proceedings. While as tradition the group was waiting there and as India’s star batsman and vice-captain Virat Kohli was making his way back after the training.

He suddenly sensed having spotted someone in the lot and came this way throwing rash abuses. After spitting out all the filth that he wanted to, Virat moved from there and went away. The journalist works for a national newspaper and was shocked by the way Kohli behaved.

It was later learnt that the flamboyant batsmen had his temper shot up on another journo and mistook his identity with him. The said scriber (who Kohli actually wanted to interact with) had written an article on his girl-friend and bollywood actress Anushka Sharma, which did not go down well with Virat.

The Indian batting main stray later realized his mistake of having subjected a wrong person to the heat and he extended his apologies to the guy through another journalist.

What also followed was a reprimand by team Director Ravi Shastri which was to make Virat liable for his behavior in public and with the press; he should be in the best of mental and verbal state every time that he interacts with someone. Given the fact that Virat is to succeed MS Dhoni as the next captain of the Indian cricket team and this type of irresponsible behavior would do him and his image no good.