One of the highlights of the game was his duel with his Australian counterpart Tim Paine. Kohli has been tried to get under the skin of Paine on day three of the game. The Australian skipper was also not able to score as much as Kohli, calling the India star bighead.
Tim Paine and Virat Kohli in Perth (Credits: Getty)
The fourth morning Both the captains had a chance At one stage, when Kohli got into Paine’s way and almost hit him with his chest. Umpire Chris Gaffaney was soon intervened and talked about.
Not only that, report also suggests that Kohli had fired a belittling comment that labeled Paine ‘a stand-in captain’ and himself ‘the best player in the world’. The game then ended on a bitter not with Kohli giving a frosty handshake following India’s heavy loss.
Following the game, Kohli faced widespread criticism too from his compatriots for his on-field behavior. Well, Kohli is a different character altogether off the field and a video that recently went viral over internet proves that. The video shows a young kid shouting ‘Kohli chachu, Kohli chachu’ as the Indian superstar was about to board the bus. Kohli then turned towards the kid, walked up to him and gave him an autograph. The kid then gave Kohli a present where the Indian skipper accepted with a smile before boarding the bus.