The on-field altercation between Afghanistan and LSG pacer Naveen-ul-Haq and RCB mainstay Virat Kohli does not seem to end any sooners. Days after this on-field broil between the two which also saw several other LSG members also get involved in it, has been re-ignited in several ways. Earlier while Naveen-ul-Haq and Gautam Gambhir both shared cryptic posts indirectly talking on the fight, Virat Kohli has now opened up on the same.
In a latest Instagram story, the India and RCB batter reshared some motivation words from Kevin Hart, an American comedian. In the video, Kevin is heard stating, “no matter how much emotion and feeling you may have or how much hurt you may have, life has to go on.” The 43-year-old continues with it, “life doesn’t stop for anybody. So if you don’t have the process and understand that you’re stuck in whatever time period you got hurt FOREVER. So grudges and anger, and negativity, I don’t have time for it because I’m living to do so much positive things.”
“I can’t stand in the past and bathe in what was wrong,” a part of the speech further added. It seems to be seen whether this comes in line with the rift or just his short stay at the crease in RCB’s last match which they lost against MI by six wickets.
Not only this, Virat Kohli also shared a post which has him seating on a chair, which was maybe for a shoot. However, what captured eyeballs in this post was the caption which read, “The competition is all in your head. In reality it’s always you vs you.”
It is to be noted that Virat Kohli stands at the fifth place in the Orange Cap race having amassed 420 runs in his 11 innings, with his highest scored of unbeaten 82 coming against Mi in their tournament opener.