Home » cricket news » While defending Rabada, Paul Harris takes a dig at Virat Kohli; gets trolled back
 
SPEED NEWS

While defending Rabada, Paul Harris takes a dig at Virat Kohli; gets trolled back

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 16 March 2018, 10:58 IST
Virat-Kohli (Twitter)

South Africa has produced a plethora of great pacers. From Dale Steyn, Shaun Pollock, Jacques Kallis to Morne Morkel and the most recent sensation Kagiso Rabada. South Africa has been dominant in their pace attack in almost all of their series and it would not have been so had it not been for Rabada. Like most of the famous bowlers, Rabada happens to carry his aggression as well. The recent controversy has been from the on-going series between Australia and South Africa.

In his short and impressive career so far, Rabada has been a darling to all sort of controversies. The most recent one being, the infamous shoulder rub with Australian skipper Steve Smith that unfortunately ended up in Rabada's suspension for next two test matches. ICC has been fairly criticized for being too strict in the case for the Australians are well known for their on-field behaviour. There have been voices defending Rabada and stating the suspension too much where a stern warning would have done.

 

 

However, there have been coming different reactions from the cricket fraternity over Rabada's suspension. There are some that are rather interesting and worth a look. One of those reactions comes from South African cricketer Paul Harris who seemingly lost control of his words while defending Rabada. In his tweets, He called the suspension of Rabada to be foul, also targeted especially at Proteas players. While He was doing this, He also took a shot on Virat Kohli for no real reason. Obviously, Kohi Fans were up in arms to defend their hero.

 

While we all will agree that Virat carries his own aggression and it suits him well but calling Kohli a clown has to be condemned and can not in anyway be said to be wise. 

First published: 16 March 2018, 10:58 IST
 
PREVIOUS STORY
NEXT STORY