IND VS NZ: Virat Kohli Fired On Journalist In Press Conference

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New Zealand Beat By Seven Wickets:

On the 3rd day of the second Test of India’s New Zealand tour in Christchurch, New Zealand beat India by seven wickets and recorded a 2-0 series victory.

The Blackcaps, who lost the T20I series 5-0, have done very well to whitewash India in the Test series. After getting whitewashed in Australia, such a come back is essential for New Zealand to remain active in the ongoing ICC World Test Championship.

After India dismissed New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson in the first innings yesterday, skipper Virat Kohli appeared by giving an animated send-off to his opponent.

When a journalist has asked about this during a post-match press conference, Kohli did not shy about giving the journalist an adequate answer.

The Following Are The Main Passages From The Conversation:

Journalist: Virat, what was your reaction to your behavior on the field, when Williamson came out and swore on the audience. As an Indian captain, don’t you think you can set a good example on the ground?

Virat Kohli: What do you think?

Journalist: May I ask you a question?

Virat Kohli: I am asking you to answer.

Journalist: You have to behave properly on the field.

Virat Kohli: You need to know exactly what happened and come up with good questions. You can’t come here with half the questions or half the details of what happened. Also, if you want to create conflict, this is not the right place. I talked to the match referee. He had no problems with what happened. Thank you.

In the press conference, another reporter had asked Kohli about India’s batting failure in the first Test match held at Wellington. Kohli replied to that question, “who can beat anyone anywhere.”

In the past also, Kohli has a history of losing his cool image in a press conference after the England Test series loss in September 2018.

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