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Look who’s not pleased with Virat Kohli’s aggressive attitude on the field

Aggressive attitude and Virat Kohli are the two sides of a coin and both are incomplete without the other on the field.

The battle of runs and wickets is soon to commence between two powerhouses of World cricket- India and Australia. More than that it’s anticipated to be a battle of verbal abuses, sledgings and altercations as well. The mega tournament is all set to start from November 21 with the shortest format in Brisbane.

Prior to this, there have been a lot of personal opinions shared by various players on the aggressive outlook to the game by Indian skipper, Virat Kohli. Leading players of the club include former Australian pacer, Mitchell Johnson and current Australian pacer, Pat Cummins.

Recently, former England skipper, Mike Brearley has also commented on the Indian skipper to further the ongoing trend. He has clearly expressed that the aggressive attitude of the skipper can backfire if he’s doesn’t keep its display on the field under control.

Mike said that showering his aggression on his fellow mates during the on field performance in an increased measure may hamper the level of execution of their stored potential and they may not perform as is expected of them. Furthermore , it may also hamper his personal concentration in the game and may invite problems for breaching of the code of conduct as well.

“His attitude on the field is terrific but like everything else, if it goes too far, it must become difficult. If he expects too much of people and if he shows his disappointment in them too strongly, then it might put people off and they won’t be such good members of the team. They might be more anxious, more intense, more uptight.”

On the other hand, Virat has already made it very clear prior to the series that he would love to indulge in a sledge free association during the Australian tour. This declaration however has been openly discarded by Mitchell Johnson and Pat Cummins who said that it’s highly unlikely from a competitive player like him and that they would be highly surprised if the statement turns out to be true.

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It would be highly interesting to find out which of the parties’ statements turn out to be true. We would have to wait patiently for the commencement of the series for the revealation.

Aggressive attitude and Virat Kohli are the two sides of a coin and both are incomplete without the other on the field.

The battle of runs and wickets is soon to commence between two powerhouses of World cricket- India and Australia. More than that it’s anticipated to be a battle of verbal abuses, sledgings and altercations as well. The mega tournament is all set to start from November 21 with the shortest format in Brisbane.

Prior to this, there have been a lot of personal opinions shared by various players on the aggressive outlook to the game by Indian skipper, Virat Kohli. Leading players of the club include former Australian pacer, Mitchell Johnson and current Australian pacer, Pat Cummins.

Recently, former England skipper, Mike Brearley has also commented on the Indian skipper to further the ongoing trend. He has clearly expressed that the aggressive attitude of the skipper can backfire if he’s doesn’t keep its display on the field under control.

Mike said that showering his aggression on his fellow mates during the on field performance in an increased measure may hamper the level of execution of their stored potential and they may not perform as is expected of them. Furthermore , it may also hamper his personal concentration in the game and may invite problems for breaching of the code of conduct as well.

“His attitude on the field is terrific but like everything else, if it goes too far, it must become difficult. If he expects too much of people and if he shows his disappointment in them too strongly, then it might put people off and they won’t be such good members of the team. They might be more anxious, more intense, more uptight.”

On the other hand, Virat has already made it very clear prior to the series that he would love to indulge in a sledge free association during the Australian tour. This declaration however has been openly discarded by Mitchell Johnson and Pat Cummins who said that it’s highly unlikely from a competitive player like him and that they would be highly surprised if the statement turns out to be true.

It would be highly interesting to find out which of the parties’ statements turn out to be true. We would have to wait patiently for the commencement of the series for the revealation.

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Aggressive attitude and Virat Kohli are the two sides of a coin and both are incomplete without the other on the field.

The battle of runs and wickets is soon to commence between two powerhouses of World cricket- India and Australia. More than that it’s anticipated to be a battle of verbal abuses, sledgings and altercations as well. The mega tournament is all set to start from November 21 with the shortest format in Brisbane.

Prior to this, there have been a lot of personal opinions shared by various players on the aggressive outlook to the game by Indian skipper, Virat Kohli. Leading players of the club include former Australian pacer, Mitchell Johnson and current Australian pacer, Pat Cummins.

Recently, former England skipper, Mike Brearley has also commented on the Indian skipper to further the ongoing trend. He has clearly expressed that the aggressive attitude of the skipper can backfire if he’s doesn’t keep its display on the field under control.

Mike said that showering his aggression on his fellow mates during the on field performance in an increased measure may hamper the level of execution of their stored potential and they may not perform as is expected of them. Furthermore , it may also hamper his personal concentration in the game and may invite problems for breaching of the code of conduct as well.

“His attitude on the field is terrific but like everything else, if it goes too far, it must become difficult. If he expects too much of people and if he shows his disappointment in them too strongly, then it might put people off and they won’t be such good members of the team. They might be more anxious, more intense, more uptight.”

On the other hand, Virat has already made it very clear prior to the series that he would love to indulge in a sledge free association during the Australian tour. This declaration however has been openly discarded by Mitchell Johnson and Pat Cummins who said that it’s highly unlikely from a competitive player like him and that they would be highly surprised if the statement turns out to be true.

It would be highly interesting to find out which of the parties’ statements turn out to be true. We would have to wait patiently for the commencement of the series for the revealation.

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