Former England batsman Nick Compton called the Indian skipper Virat Kohli as the ‘most foul-mouthed individual on Twitter after the drama that revolved around in the second Test.
India produced a victory for ages from an improbable situation at the Lord’s and went on to win the Test despite England being on top on the most part of the Test.
It was a big moment in the series as India lost the opportunity to go 1-0 in the series in the first Test when rain ruled out the final day with India in control.
This was the second historic victory for India this year with the first one coming in Gabba in Australia. England has to work on their batting department ahead of the next Test which is set to start on the 25th of August.
Nick Compton Praises Root, Tendulkar, Williamson For Being Level Headed
Nick Compton tweeted on Twitter raising his views on Virat Kohli’s verbal spat against the England bowlers Ollie Robinson and James Anderson and referred to him as the most foul-mouthed individual.
He even recalled the incident in the 2012 tour to India and accused Virat Kohli of a barrage of abuse on the former opener which did not go well too. He finally lauded Root, Tendulkar, and Williamson for their attitude and patience on the ground.
“Isn’t Kohli the most foul-mouthed individual? I’ll Never forget the barrage of abuse I received in 2012 when the swearing [emoticon: swearing face] stunned me to the point that he did himself a serious disservice. It highlights what a level-headed and grounded man Root, Tendulkar, Williamson et al are,” Nick Compton Tweeted on Virat Kohli’s Attitude
Jasprit Bumrah Digs Out At James Anderson
It started off with Jasprit Bumrah in England’s first innings bowling a series of bumpers into the body of James Anderson and eventually picked up his wicket. In the next innings when Bumrah came into bat, Mark Wood, and Joe Root were keen on hitting Bumrah with bouncers which did not work out too as India used the field to their advantage.
In the final innings, Robinson came to bat, and there were a lot of words spatted from Virat Kohli’s end on the face of Robinson.
The second test win at Lord’s is only the third time India has won a Test at the Lord’s ground against England and it was a moment to cherish.