Former England opener Nick Compton recently revealed this. Virat Kohli He was abused during the 2012 Test series between England and India. The incident took place during a four-match Test series in India, which the visitors won 2-1.
Nick Compton Played in all four matches of the series and scored 208 runs at an average of 34.66, including a half-century starting with Alastair Cook. Those were the early days of Virat Kohli in Test cricket as he was still trying to establish himself in the Indian Test XI.
Virat Kohli completed 13 years in international cricket on Wednesday as he made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in Dambulla on August 18, 2008. On the same day, Nick Compton released a tweet saying that he would never forget the abuse he received from Virat Kohli during the 2012 Test series. Compton wrote:
“Isn’t Kohli the most rude person? I will never forget the abuse I received in 2012 when I was stunned by his swearing that he had done himself a serious disservice. Main Root, Tendulkar, Williamson et al. They are. “
Virat Kohli and James Anderson were involved in a heated exchange of words during the Lord’s Test.
There were also several heated exchanges during the recently concluded Lord’s Test. It all started when Anderson abused Jaspreet Bumrah because he was batting in the first innings of the English pacer.
It continued when Virat Kohli came to bat on the 4th day in the second innings. You can see and hear the exchange between Virat Kohli and him. James Anderson Below:
India will play the next third Test against England on August 25 in Headingley, Leeds.