KRK Launches Yet Another Social Media Attack On Virat Kohli

Continuing his social media attack on Virat Kohli, Bollywood critic Kamaal Rashid Khan aka KRK got yet another opportunity to continue his propaganda against the India skipper when senior batsmen Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina were not recalled into the team for the upcoming series against New Zealand and he did not let the chance go.

The controversial personality was all over the social media for his anti-Team India and anti-Virat Kohli tweets during this year’s Champions Trophy where India lost against Pakistan in the final. In fact, he even released a video to prove that the final of the Champions Trophy was fixed.

However, he did not get many chances to take a dig at the team and Kohli after the defeat in the Champions Trophy final as India did extremely well across all formats, winning series against West Indies, Sri Lanka and Australia with Kohli being one of the most impressive performers.

But as soon as the squad  for the New Zealand series was announced without Yuvraj and Raina getting a place in the team, KRK sensed an opportunity to attack Kohli and he did not miss it.

“Bechare @YUVSTRONG12 n @ImRaina Ko, Finally @imVkohli Ne Hamesha Ke Liye Ghar Par Baitha Hi Diya hai! Koi Nahi Bhai commentary Karlo!??,” he wrote on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/kamaalrkhan/status/919202992422662149?

Meanwhile, India will be looking to continue their winning run in the ODIs when they take on New Zealand in the three-match series, starting on October 22. The Men in Blue are yet to lose an ODI series this year under Kohli’s captaincy and are the favourites to win the upcoming series. The ODI series will be followed by a three-match T20I series.

Schedule for the New Zealand series:

17 October 1st Warm-up CCI, Mumbai
19 October 2nd Warm-up CCI, Mumbai
22 October 1st ODI Mumbai
25 October 2nd ODI Pune
29 October 3rd ODI UPCA
1 November 1st T20I Delhi
4 November 2nd T20I Rajkot
7 November 3rd T20I Thiruvananthapuram

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