Following India’s loss in Perth, there have been criticisms flowing in from all corners about Virat Kohli’s faulty team selection and on-field antics.
In all this, the Australian media has played a major role in villainizing Kohli and former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly, who knows what comebacks are all about warned everyone about the capabilities that this Indian team possesses, adding that the visitors can win both the Tests.
Lots of talk going around in media specially Australian .. watch out for india against this australia ..still two tests to go and india can win both.. don’t go too far ahead everyone @bcci
— Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) December 19, 2018
Ganguly, who is currently the president of the Cricket Association Of Bengal (CAB) took to Twitter and wrote, “Lots of talk going around in media specially Australian .. watch out for india against this australia ..still two tests to go and india can win both.. don’t go too far ahead everyone @bcci.”
The 30-year old Kohli’s behaviour on the field has drawn a lot of criticism from all corners where former Australian players slamming the right-hander, with Mitchell Johnson calling him, “disrespectful and silly.”
Former Indian fast bowlers Zaheer Khan and Praveen Kumar meanwhile supported the Indian captain, asking him to remain the way he is.
“I would say (Virat) stick to what you know best. Stick to what has got you so much of success. You can’t move away from your success formula. It doesn’t matter what others are saying (about Kohli). Series in Australia have always been (intense) like this,” he said.