WATCH: Virat Kohli schools a spectator for bothering Kamlesh Nagarkoti during warm-up match against Leicestershire

Virat Kohli, Kamlesh Nagarkoti
Virat Kohli asking a fan not to bother Kamlesh Nagarkoti (Image Credits: Twitter)
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Virat Kohli, Kamlesh Nagarkoti
Virat Kohli asking a fan not to bother Kamlesh Nagarkoti (Image Credits: Twitter)

Team India’s batting superstar Virat Kohli recently got furious at a spectator who allegedly bullied Kamlesh Nagarkoti for a picture during the ongoing warm-up game between India and Leicestershire.

A video is currently going viral on social media in which the former India skipper could be seen schooling a fan over his behaviour with the young Indian pacer. The fan can be heard explaining to Kohli that he only wanted to click a picture alongside Kamlesh Nagarkoti but the Indian youngster didn’t comply.

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“Has he come here for you?” – Virat Kohli gets angry with a spectator

During the exchange with the India run-machine, the spectator mentioned that he had come to watch the match after taking a leave from his job. Hence, he deserved to get a picture alongside Kamlesh Nagarkoti. Virat Kohli responded by saying that the youngster had come for the game and not for a particular person.

Virat Kohli could be heard saying, “Has he come here for you? He is here for the match.”

Watch the video here:

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In case you don’t know, Kamlesh Nagarkoti is not a part of the Indian squad for the rescheduled Test against England. However, he is travelling with Team India as one of the net bowlers.

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli spent a much-needed time in the middle during the first innings of the warm-up game. He played 69 deliveries for 33 runs, including four boundaries and a maximum before getting dismissed.

He improved further in the 2nd innings. At the time of the writing, the former India skipper is currently batting at a score of 45 runs off 63 deliveries. India will hope to get the best of their superstar to take on an in-form England side that has demolished New Zealand in the ongoing Test series.

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