Steve Waugh fires disliking on Kohli’s unreasonable aggression
While hurling the issues of ‘poor pitch’ condition in the first Test at Pune and ‘DRS’ controversies in the second match at Bengaluru, Australia’s World Cup winning captain Steve Waugh discovered another wrangling issue during the ongoing series which might be gone outsight.
When India was cruising along the victory line, skipper Virat Kohli had been seen provoking spectators in the field during every ball his bowlers delivered in the ultimate moments. Steve Waugh, despite being supporting of Kohli’s aggression as a sportsman, marked out the fine line between aggression and precipitation; “That is Virat Kohli and that aggression is what you guys love about him but there is a fine line between revving the crowd up when the bowler is running in.”
“I don’t mind him revving the crowd up in between balls but not when the bowler is running in. there are a couple of issues from both teams on how the game is being played and right now it is on the edge” – Steve Waugh remarked.
“Both captains need to have a bit of chat at some stage and realize that they are going to play tough and it is full on in the middle but there is no point playing out these arguments in the press” – Waugh urged on Virat Kohli’s word as he accused Aussie captain for ‘cheating’ over the DRS issue in the fourth day of Bengaluru Test.