Indian team captain Virat Kohli defended the team’s head coach Ravi Shastri, saying he was being trolled under an agenda. The assumption behind this is that the coaches say yes to the captain’s yes in every respect. Kohli said that during his playing days, Shastri had scored an average of 41 with ‘courage’ facing the fast bowlers without a ‘helmet’. Which is enough to give tough answers to critics. Kohli said on, ‘I think most of the things that are going on somewhere are influenced by this agenda and I don’t know why and what someone is doing but accepting the lie in this way is affected by the agenda Will happen.’
Indian team captain Virat Kohli defended the team’s head coach Ravi Shastri, saying he was being trolled under an agenda.
Kohli, while giving a message to the trolls, said, ‘Shastri was sent as the number 10 opener and as an opener he scored at an average of 41. He is not bothered by someone who is trolling them sitting in the house because if you want to troll a person like him, then let’s face those bowlers, do what they have done, Need encouragement to do, then argue with them. ‘ After defeating Bangladesh in the recent Test series, Kohli described his fast bowling attack as a ‘dreamy combination’ capable of blasting any opponent on any surface.