If Virat Kohli’s batting is having a huge fan base, his on-field aggression is having a different fan base. He is very much aggressive in the field.

During the second test against India, he exchanged some heat words with English players, ” You swearing at me again are you? This isn’t your fu**ing backyard”, Kohli replied to James Anderson during India’s batting in the second innings of the second test.

It was quite evident that the Indian skipper was sledging the Jos Buttler to distract him in the second innings.

Reacting to that former England player Nick Compton remembered his debut which was against India in 2012, he mentioned that he would not forget the abuse he got during that tour from the Virat Kohli.

Nick Compton tweeted”Isn’t Kohli the most foul mouthed individual. I’ll Never forget the barrage of abuse I received in 2012 when the swearing 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”.

after seeing his tweet

Nick Compton, a South-African-born England cricketer played 16 test matches for England and scored 775 runs with an average of 28.70. In 2018 he announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Post-retirement he became a professional photographer.

India won the second test against England to take the lead in the series by 1-0. The next test match is scheduled to start by August 25 at Headingly. If India wins the third test match will not lose a series in England after 14 years, in 2007 India won the test series in England by 1-0, after India visited 3 times and facing the series loss each time.

The third test will be a fascinating contest, as the England team will look to bounce back after losing the match in Lords.