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Virat Kohli: Former England cricketer talks about Virat Kohli’s nature – India vs England Monty Panesar talks about Virat Kohli and his character

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Monty Panesar says that Virat Kohli is standing with his players in any case, meanwhile in the second Test cricket match played at Lord’s, there was a lot of tussle between the players of both the teams. The England bowlers were left disappointed with the way tail-end batsmen Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Shamini batted in the second innings as well. Bumrah was targeted by the England players and clashed with him.

There was also a dispute with captain Virat Kohli. Kohli, who was present in the Lord’s gallery, was also furious at the encounter of the England players with Bumrah. In an exclusive interview to our correspondent Times of India.com, former England spinner Monty Panesar said, “England players must have thought of taking on the Indian team.
T20 World Cup: 16 teams and 45 matches, know the format of the tournament, he targeted 11th seed Jasprit Bumrah but he did not know how Virat Kohli was. He sat watching everything and later became more aggressive against England. He is a person who never forgets. He supports his team in every way. Kohli doesn’t manage to behave like this with his players. Panesar said that England started but it proved to be a boomerang for them and the credit goes to Kohli.
Amazing Siraj at Lord’s and Rahul’s big jump in the rankings When England dismissed Rishabh Pant on the fifth day, they thought they would get Shami and Bumrah out cheaply. But it all weighed heavily on England. You can’t fight with the Indian team. He said, ‘If you do this to the Indian team, then Kohli will support you strongly.

At Lord’s, the Indian team performed brilliantly and registered a victory. India had set a target of 272 against England. However, against the deadly bowling of Mohammad Siraj, Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami, the Joe Root-led English team was bowled out for 120 as India went on to win by 151 runs.

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