Australian media has been surrounding Indian skipper Virat Kohli and targeting him for his attitude. The Daily Telegraph compared him with US President Donald Trump and other Australian experts and media houses have also taken Kohli on their radar. The latest name in this list is Cricket Australia Chief James Sutherland.
On an Australian Radio Channel, FIVEaa, CEO was asked whether Kohli should apologise for his blames over Australian team. Sutherland replied, “I am not sure he (Virat) knows how to spell the word (sorry).”
Earlier, The Daily Telegraph wrote, “Kohli has become the Donald Trump of world sport”.
It is very visible that Australians have come back to their usual tactic of pre-match talks. It is not hidden from any cricket lover that Aussies love to do that and most of the times they target the main player from the opposition.
Meanwhile, both teams have reached Dharamshala and it is time to shift the focus back on cricket as teams will lock horns again from March 25. Series is still hanging with an even scoreline of 1-1.