Jimmy Neesham’s entry in Kohli and Bairstow controversy, said- why do you get angry?

Wellington: The third day of the Birmingham Test saw a heated argument between former Indian captain Virat Kohli and veteran England batsman Jonny Bairstow. Actually all this matter happened in the 32nd over of England’s first innings. Experienced fast bowler Mohammed Shami was bowling this over for India. Shami hit the stumps on the very first ball of this over, but the ball went over the stumps, hitting Bairstow. Meanwhile, Virat Kohli standing in the slips said something to distract Bairstow, to which the English batsman also retaliated. Even before the matter went ahead, the on-field umpires intervened and started the game again.

After the dispute with Kohli, Bairstow started taking out his anger on the Indian bowlers. Batting fiercely, he scored the 11th century of his career. Seeing Bairstow’s fierce form, people have started targeting Kohli. People believe that Bairstow was batting with restraint, so what was the need for Kohli to provoke him. People believe that Bairstow became so aggressive only after Kohli’s provocation.

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New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham has also shared a similar view. The Kiwi all-rounder tweeted, ‘Why do opposition teams keep angering Jonny Bairstow, he gets 10 times better.’ He further wrote, ‘Give him a basket every morning. Tell him that while he’s at bat, you’re washing his car thoroughly. Do anything to make her happy.

Let us tell you that after the end of the third day, Bairstow has also shared his views on the dispute with Kohli. Talking on this matter, the English batsman has said that we have been playing against each other for the last 10 years. This is a kind of fun activity. We are playing Test cricket and we are both competitive. We have to give our best. You want to take your team forward in the game and do whatever is necessary for it. This is part of the game.

Tags: India Vs England, Jimmy Neesham, Jonny Bairstow, Virat Kohli

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