Following Gautam Gambhir Argument, Virat Kohli Writes BCCI Authorities

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During the Indian Premier League 2023 match between the Lucknow Super Giants and the Royal Challengers Bangalore on May 1 in Lucknow, Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir engaged in a nasty verbal brawl with one other. A fight broke out between Virat and LSG coach Gambhir after the play on Monday. The two engaged in combat on the playing field, which was captured in a number of viral videos and images.

There have been comments made about it by those who attended as well as those who did not. After their altercation, the two best cricket players in India were each fined the whole amount of their match fees. The events on that day have been the subject of a lot of writing and discussion. According to Dainik Jagran, the former captain of the RCB has sent a letter to the management of the BCCI to clarify what took place.

According to the information in the report, Kohli lodged a complaint with the authorities against the levy of 100% of the match cost. Kohli said that he did not say anything to Naveen-ul-Haq or Gambhir when they were fighting, since this would be necessary for the BCCI to take this disciplinary action. During the LSG vs. RCB match, Kohli’s celebrations became physical, and as a result, Naveen-ul-Haq and Kyle Mayers got into a fight with him. Kohli and Naveen got into it after the match was over.

According to the testimonies, Mohammad Siraj gave him a bounce and then flung him. The Afghani fast bowler was agitated by Siraj’s bouncers and tosses, which Kohli had specifically asked. The remark made by Kohli refuted that. He said that he instructed Siraj to bowl bouncers rather than hit Naveen during their match. At the post-match handshake, Virat and Naveen got into an argument, with Kohli saying that the bowler was being too aggressive.