With all due respect to Gavaskar, Kohli enjoys the equivalent stature of Sachin Tendulkar in World Cricket, and he is an automatic selection, whenever he is available.. Did he have the guts to question Sachin, when he had opted out of several International series? #Natarajan https://t.co/U96qCP6yYb— Satish (@perfect_indian) December 24, 2020
Gavaskar again goes after #ViratKohli. His serial backing of Mumbaikar Rohit Sharma against the Delhi-ite Kohli is now both ferocious and heightened. Don't understand the #Delhi players still shying away from calling it out. #cricket #bias #remember #KapilDev— Keep It Simple (@profdrumroll) December 24, 2020
Disagree with Gavaskar.— Kartikeya Tanna (@KartikeyaTanna) December 24, 2020
No one is forcing Natarajan to bowl in the nets. He realizes it's a stepping stone for him.
Kohli deciding to go back is a personal choice. Cricket is his profession, a part of life, not his entire life. If that renders him unfit to play, sure, fire him. https://t.co/cr1QUw3kGc
Sunil Gavaskar maybe a legend but him poking at Kohli everytime is infuriating. Let that man live peacefully jeez.— M✿ (@mxriaxoxo_) December 24, 2020
And why should he drag Ash and Nattu 🙄
Rather than blaming Kohli, Gavaskar should have urged BCCI to institutionalise paternal leave to all players so that new players can take it without feeling insecure about their place. If all other professions give paternity leave, why not professional cricket?— Venky (@venkybengaluru) December 24, 2020