Mumbai: Former cricketer Harbhajan Singh has opined that what happened between Kohli and Gambhir is not good for cricket.
Royal Challengers Bangalore and Lucknow Supergiants clashed in the 43rd league match of the current IPL season yesterday. Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Lucknow Supergiants by 18 runs in this match held in Lucknow.
RCB’s Kohli and LSG’s consultant Gautam Gambhir got into a heated argument when the two teams shook hands with each other after the match. The other players from both teams pushed them away. Due to this, there was a commotion there. And the incident became the talk of the internet. Both were fined by the IPL management.
In this situation, Harbhajan Singh said on YouTube channel about this incident, “I am ashamed for slapping Sreesanth in the 2008 IPL match. Virat Kohli is a legend. He should not engage in such acts. What happened between Virat Kohli and Gambhir is not good for cricket.
If you watched yesterday’s RCB-Lucknow match, you’d say it was more fighting than cricket. Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli have had their differences since before. There has been no change in their relationship since the Kohli-Gambir clash at the Chinnaswamy Stadium (in 2013),” Harbhajan said.