After losing the match to New Zealand, the Indian cricket team is being badly criticized on social media. People are targeting Virat Kohli and Mohammed Shami. The extent was reached when people on social media started threatening to kill Virat and his family. Some people said bad things about even Virat’s daughter. Now the reaction of former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has come on this. He lashed out at the trolls who trolled Virat and his family.
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Inzamam-ul-Haq said through his YouTube channel that after the defeat, threats are being received about Virat Kohli’s daughter. Making such threats is absolutely wrong. If you don’t like Virat Kohli’s captaincy, batting then you can tell him but don’t say anything like this on anyone’s family. He further said that – take the game only as a game, do not make personal attacks on anyone like this. Everyone would have regretted that India would hardly make it to the semi-finals, but defeat should also be properly tolerated. Talking about India’s consecutive defeats, he said that this match was the biggest match after India and Pakistan. It was bigger than Australia vs England. I am shocked by the way India played. They were completely disappointed. I couldn’t understand how such a big team took so much pressure.
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He further added that “These New Zealand spinners are good but not world class. Indian batsmen could not even make a single off his ball. Kohli’s strength is to play spin and even he could not score a single run. Significantly, India’s batting lost badly against New Zealand on Sunday. Trent Boult was the three wicket-taker among the Kiwi bowlers, while Sodhi recorded figures of 2 for 17 in four overs as the Men in Blue were restricted to 110 for 7 in 20 overs.
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