Friday, September 30, 2022

Australian media claims Virat Kohli is the Trump of world sport

 

The Border-Gavaskar trophy has so far witnessed a fair share of off-field controversies. However, the fire only seems to be raging further with each passing day. With the serious heading into the decisive fourth test at Dharamshala, it was time for the Australian media to grab the headlines with their disgraceful comments.

The Australian Media has fallen back on cheap-accusations to criticise opposition players in the past. They took their criticism and hilarious ridicule to a new low after the third test ended in a draw. The Daily Telegraph dubbed Virat Kohli the “Donald Trump” of world sport and accused him of spreading false news about the Australian cricketers. The article criticised Kohli for his claims about misconduct by the Australian cricketers and expressed disappointment about him not being reprimanded for the same by the BCCI or the ICC.

They wrote, “Virat Kohli has become the Donald Trump of world sport.  Just like President Trump, Kohli decided to blame the media as a means of trying to hide the egg smeared right across his face. The Indian captain is a law unto himself with no one — not even the ICC or his own board — holding him accountable for his continual perpetuation of fake news.”

The article drew severe criticism from the cricketing fraternity and the fans alike. Amitabh Bachchan decided to troll the article in his own way, tweeting that comparing him to Trump meant he won and was the “President”.

 

Acclaimed commentator Harsh Bhogle also lashed out at the Australian media in a barrage of tweets stating that creating toxicity and glorifying aggressive on-field behaviour would do lasting damage to test cricket. He warned the media against fuelling the fire and spreading ill-will amongst teams.

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Former Australian skipper Micheal Clarke who is here as a commentator for this series also lashed out at these allegations calling them a load of s**t. Speaking to India-Today, he said “”Comparing Virat Kohli with Donald Trump – what a load of s*** is that. What Virat did, even Smith would have. Bear in mind, I love Kohli and the Australian public love him. I always somehow find an Australian in him the way he plays and I absolutely love how he accepts challenges. It’s just two or three reporters who are trying to tarnish him but Virat shouldn’t be bothered. I don’t think even Steve Smith would bother about what the Australian media is saying. In fact, both the captains would be telling their teams to concentrate on how to win in Dharamshala.”

Here are a few fan reactions trolling the Australian media:

https://twitter.com/TheAllRound3r/status/844156746767638528

https://twitter.com/SirRohitSharma_/status/844448513727643652

https://twitter.com/MrMrRajneesh/status/844467347763138562

Incidents like these are a disgrace to the media, and they should show restraint before making such bold and baseless comments in the future in the interest of the game and its popularity.

 

 

 

 

The Border-Gavaskar trophy has so far witnessed a fair share of off-field controversies. However, the fire only seems to be raging further with each passing day. With the serious heading into the decisive fourth test at Dharamshala, it was time for the Australian media to grab the headlines with their disgraceful comments.

The Australian Media has fallen back on cheap-accusations to criticise opposition players in the past. They took their criticism and hilarious ridicule to a new low after the third test ended in a draw. The Daily Telegraph dubbed Virat Kohli the “Donald Trump” of world sport and accused him of spreading false news about the Australian cricketers. The article criticised Kohli for his claims about misconduct by the Australian cricketers and expressed disappointment about him not being reprimanded for the same by the BCCI or the ICC.

They wrote, “Virat Kohli has become the Donald Trump of world sport.  Just like President Trump, Kohli decided to blame the media as a means of trying to hide the egg smeared right across his face. The Indian captain is a law unto himself with no one — not even the ICC or his own board — holding him accountable for his continual perpetuation of fake news.”

The article drew severe criticism from the cricketing fraternity and the fans alike. Amitabh Bachchan decided to troll the article in his own way, tweeting that comparing him to Trump meant he won and was the “President”.

 

Acclaimed commentator Harsh Bhogle also lashed out at the Australian media in a barrage of tweets stating that creating toxicity and glorifying aggressive on-field behaviour would do lasting damage to test cricket. He warned the media against fuelling the fire and spreading ill-will amongst teams.

 

Former Australian skipper Micheal Clarke who is here as a commentator for this series also lashed out at these allegations calling them a load of s**t. Speaking to India-Today, he said “”Comparing Virat Kohli with Donald Trump – what a load of s*** is that. What Virat did, even Smith would have. Bear in mind, I love Kohli and the Australian public love him. I always somehow find an Australian in him the way he plays and I absolutely love how he accepts challenges. It’s just two or three reporters who are trying to tarnish him but Virat shouldn’t be bothered. I don’t think even Steve Smith would bother about what the Australian media is saying. In fact, both the captains would be telling their teams to concentrate on how to win in Dharamshala.”

Here are a few fan reactions trolling the Australian media:

https://twitter.com/TheAllRound3r/status/844156746767638528

https://twitter.com/SirRohitSharma_/status/844448513727643652

https://twitter.com/MrMrRajneesh/status/844467347763138562

Incidents like these are a disgrace to the media, and they should show restraint before making such bold and baseless comments in the future in the interest of the game and its popularity.

 

 

 

 

The Border-Gavaskar trophy has so far witnessed a fair share of off-field controversies. However, the fire only seems to be raging further with each passing day. With the serious heading into the decisive fourth test at Dharamshala, it was time for the Australian media to grab the headlines with their disgraceful comments.

The Australian Media has fallen back on cheap-accusations to criticise opposition players in the past. They took their criticism and hilarious ridicule to a new low after the third test ended in a draw. The Daily Telegraph dubbed Virat Kohli the “Donald Trump” of world sport and accused him of spreading false news about the Australian cricketers. The article criticised Kohli for his claims about misconduct by the Australian cricketers and expressed disappointment about him not being reprimanded for the same by the BCCI or the ICC.

They wrote, “Virat Kohli has become the Donald Trump of world sport.  Just like President Trump, Kohli decided to blame the media as a means of trying to hide the egg smeared right across his face. The Indian captain is a law unto himself with no one — not even the ICC or his own board — holding him accountable for his continual perpetuation of fake news.”

The article drew severe criticism from the cricketing fraternity and the fans alike. Amitabh Bachchan decided to troll the article in his own way, tweeting that comparing him to Trump meant he won and was the “President”.

 

Acclaimed commentator Harsh Bhogle also lashed out at the Australian media in a barrage of tweets stating that creating toxicity and glorifying aggressive on-field behaviour would do lasting damage to test cricket. He warned the media against fuelling the fire and spreading ill-will amongst teams.

 

Former Australian skipper Micheal Clarke who is here as a commentator for this series also lashed out at these allegations calling them a load of s**t. Speaking to India-Today, he said “”Comparing Virat Kohli with Donald Trump – what a load of s*** is that. What Virat did, even Smith would have. Bear in mind, I love Kohli and the Australian public love him. I always somehow find an Australian in him the way he plays and I absolutely love how he accepts challenges. It’s just two or three reporters who are trying to tarnish him but Virat shouldn’t be bothered. I don’t think even Steve Smith would bother about what the Australian media is saying. In fact, both the captains would be telling their teams to concentrate on how to win in Dharamshala.”

Here are a few fan reactions trolling the Australian media:

https://twitter.com/TheAllRound3r/status/844156746767638528

https://twitter.com/SirRohitSharma_/status/844448513727643652

https://twitter.com/MrMrRajneesh/status/844467347763138562

Incidents like these are a disgrace to the media, and they should show restraint before making such bold and baseless comments in the future in the interest of the game and its popularity.

 

 

 

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