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WC 2019: KRK Slams Virat Kohli And Asks Him To Resign From Captaincy
By CricShots - Jul 11, 2019 6:11 pm
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After India’s shocking defeat against New Zealand in the semifinal of the ongoing ICC World Cup, controversial Bollywood figure Kamaal Rashid Khan aka KRK has lashed out at the Indian skipper Virat Kohli. He has time and again criticized the India skipper and he has now grabbed the opportunity to do the same after India’s exit from the World Cup.

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MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja

New Zealand came up with a stunning bowling effort to beat their fancied opponents by 18 runs and take another step closer to their maiden World Cup title. India were the favorites to win the game in Manchester. Their chances of winning the game for India was looking quite definite when they managed to restrict New Zealand to just 239 for 8. But New Zealand’s pacers gave India a huge scare by firing on all cylinders right from the word go.

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Matt Henry and Kane Williamson left India reeling at 5 for 3 after first 4 overs. While Henry dismissed Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul, Boult picked up the prized scalp of Virat Kohli. India soon found themselves 4 down for 24 and then 6 down for 92.

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Virat Kohli going out

The game looked very much over at that moment before Ravindra Jadeja and MS Dhoni were in the rebuilding phase. The two mixed caution with aggression to keep India in the hunt. However, they got out in a crunch situation and India were eventually all out for 221. Both Jadeja and Dhoni scored fighting fifties but their efforts were not just enough.

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And as soon as the game ended, KRK took to Twitter to slam Kohli. KRK tweeted: “Dear #Kohli even though you are the worst captain in the history of Indian cricket but still you will get many advertisements to earn crores of rupees and play with emotions of Public. If you do have little shame then resign from captaincy today only.”