Former England opener Nick Compton has uncovered that he isn’t a fan of Virat Kohli’s exorbitant verbal volleys. This is not a strange fact about Virat Kohli being aggressive. He is a fierce captain of India like fire. The second Test between India and England at Lord’s was another illustration of Kohli being at his expressive self.
On the 3rd day, he traded a couple of words with James Anderson. These were caught on the stump mic. While on the last day, the India skipper attempted to divert Jos Buttler and Ollie Robinson with his words as they attempted to save the Test for England.
In this scenario, Compton told SportsKeeda that, “I don’t think it is anything personal. I think if you see the likes of Williamson, Root, they just go about their cricket a different way. I am not saying that whether it is right or wrong.”
Nicholas Richard Denis Compton is a South African-conceived English previous Test and top-notch cricketer who most as of late played for Middlesex County Cricket Club. The grandson of Denis Compton, he addressed England in 16 Test matches.
Nick Compton feels the most ideal way for Kohli to reply to England ought not to be through his emotions or mouth yet his bat. It’s been very nearly one year and nine months that the India commander has not scored a century in worldwide cricket. The previous England batsman trusts Kohli ought to channelize his hostility and put on a strong show with the bat in the leftover three Tests. Compton says that Virat Kohli’s way is to get abusive. There we can’t give any justification but what people know is that he is known for his fierce. And most of the time he controls everything calmly.
Nick Compton also added, “I think the way Kohli goes about it, there is definitely a place for it in the game. I am just talking about his verbals out there. He is quite foul-mouthed. It is not for everyone. I am a fan of quietly going about it, being strong in different ways.”