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Kohli-like incidents should be avoided

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Published on March 06, 2015 with No Comments


Virat Kohli, in a case of mistaken identity, abused a senior journalist of a leading national newspaper for a story on girlfriend Anushka Sharma. Team India says Kohli has apologised for the incident.


BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said that Virat Kohli abusing a journalist in Perth was a case of misunderstanding and the issue should be put to rest immediately to let the team focus on the World Cup.“Kohli has clarified on the issue. For India, the ongoing World Cup is very important.We need to put all these issues to rest and indirectly has communicated that he misunderstood the situation.Let’s put this matter to an end,“ Thakur said. “In future I think these kind of incidents should be avoided and taken care of. I have not spoken to players yet, the team management is there, taking care of all the players’ needs,“ said the 40-year-old, who was elected as BCCI secretary at the board’s AGM held in Chennai on Sunday


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