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MS Dhoni Nurturing Virat Kohli, Says Australian Batsman David Warner

24 Septembre 2017

There have been enough incidents where poking Kohli has not resulted well for the Australians. As Stoinis steamed in to bowl the fourth delivery of the over, Jadhav failed to connect and the ball apparently struck Wade in the groin.

'I've been watching India v Australia and I've detected that young Mr Kohli has a lot to say when a wicket falls, ' Bumble wrote in his column. When India play Australia for the third One-Day International (ODI), Kohli will aim to equal his predecessor Mahendra Singh Dhoni's record of most number of consecutive ODI wins as captain. I might go to the dressing rooms and have a good cry like you.

India rode on Kohli's 107-ball 92 and Ajinkya Rahane's 55 to post 252 all out as the Aussies reined in towards the latter stages of their essay.

But not every Australian was in Wade's corner, with former test fast bowler Stuart Clark saying the stoush was a distraction.

Wade got into a verbal altercation with Kohli, who seemed unperturbed.

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"We continue to strive for the reasonable and not the emotional approach.of the kindergarten fight between children". Ri, who is due to speak to the United Nations on Saturday, added that he did not know Kim's exact thoughts.

At that moment, to Kohli's attentive byes, Stoinis was amused, on one side it was like you need to feel for the keeper. dichotomy to that, every run matter when it is with some tough team like Australia.

"He misfielded one. Whether the Indian batsman knew he was injured or not was probably a secondary question", Clark argued in favour of the Indian skipper. "This is piddly crap", he added. Indians remain at absolute awe when the run-machine is on-field hitting sixes and guiding his team to the winning goal. "He seems to want to fight with everyone and he seems to play 10 times better when he does fight with people", Clark told Sky Sports Radio on Friday.

Clark has warned Steve Smith's boys saying that such banter usually tends to fire Kohli up. If I'm Matthew Wade and I'm Marcus Stoinis - and full credit to him for standing up for Matthew Wade - I'd be anxious about my own cricket, rather than all this other stuff.

As it is said, one can not complete the chapter of India Vs Australia series without a spat, rage scenes and some utterly hateful comments.

MS Dhoni Nurturing Virat Kohli, Says Australian Batsman David Warner