Posted: November 12, 2018 6:45:49 AM
Multiple Former World Champion Viswanathan Anand feels that Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has become somewhat emotional and has lost control during his commentary "leaving India" to social media fans who have caused mass controversy. Kohl caused massive controversy and was trolled into social media, and critics pushed for his "I think you should not live in India" response to the enthusiast who called the skipper overrated while expressing the admiration for the English and Australian bat.
"I think he lost control. He was a little emotional, and he just said the first thing that came to his mind," Anand, one of the biggest Indian sports icons, said PTI at the edge of Tata Steel's chess here. "It's an attitude he likes. In sports, you see all the characters and that is the character that best suits him." I'm trying to be alone and eventually be comfortable in my skin, "he added.
In a video that was available in her mobile app, Kohli read November twelve and Instagram's messages when she met the user, saying that the Indian backing had nothing special about hitting him. Responding to the fans' comments, Kohli fired back saying, "I do not mind that I do not like it, but I do not think we should live in our country and love other things. Give your priorities.
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The 48-year-old icon of the chess, however, felt that it was enough written about it and it was better not to pile anything more on it. "Maybe Kohl's caught in a weak moment, feeling a little sensitive and maybe not in the best mood. That's my impression, and then lost control of her," Anand said.
Soft speech Anand further said that it is natural to feel emotional and that he has also lost some time for it. "People are emotional and lose control once in a while. That happened to me even if I was more successful in not showing it, but there are moments when your emotions take over," he said. "He has had enough criticism, he is almost." Those who did not like him had already criticized him, so there was no need to stay on that. "
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