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‘Ban Virat Kohli from playing cricket’: KRK slams Indian team, gets trolled

The Indian caption was out for 5 runs in the finals by Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir.
India TV Entertainment Desk New Delhi June 19, 2017 14:26 IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

The ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final between India and Pakistan will definitely be etched in our minds forever. The men in blue faced a severe defeat that took everyone by shock. The big loss was followed by trolls and memes. However, it was self-acclaimed critic Kamaal R Khan, who thrashed the Indian cricket team particularly, the skipper Virat Kohil. Infamously known as KRK, the Deshdrohi actor left no stone untouched and, posted several mean tweets, which didn’t go well with the cricket fans.

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The Indian caption was out for 5 runs in the match by Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir. Taking to his Twitter handle, KRK expressed his anger over the shocking dismissal."Virat Kohli should be banned from playing cricket for lifetime for selling pride of 130Cr Indians to Pakistan. He shud be behind the bars”, he wrote. 

The controversy king didn’t stop there. He also added, “Bro @imVkohli when ur catch was dropped, then you gave easy catch on next ball only. Bilkul Darr Nahi Laga Ki clear cut fixing Pakdi Jayegi”.

KRK also accused the Indian cricket team of match -fixing. He said that Virat, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh were all fixers who should stop fooling people and retire immediately.

As soon as such shocking tweets hit the internet, there was complete buzz everywhere. The highlight was that KRK got little support from his followers. He found himself on the receiving end of a severe thrashing courtesy cricket fans from both India and Pakistan.

"Bak bak band karo. Ek match haray to baki victories bhool nahi jatay. He's still the best batsman of modern day cricket", said a user. "This ban talker seems to 've no idea of and respect for cricket. Away with hyper-nationalism, instead. This is cricket!", wrote another.

After Virat Kohli won the toss and opted to field first, Pakistan posted an imposing total of 338. India, on the other hand, were routed for 158 in the 31st over. Pakistani skipper Sarfraz Ahmed took the last catch and aeroplaned around the pitch with his arms out before he was swamped by teammates