Virat Kohli had to break the flames of a fire storm from social media after a spectacular response to his answer to a medium-sized tongue.
In a mobile application ad, Kohli was shot in response to a fierce criticism of fans of the world-famous cricket.
"I'm seeing an overtime batsman and I personally do not see anything special in my bating. I enjoy seeing English and Australian batsmen more than these Indians," said Kohli fan.
The Indian skipper did not look happy after reading the comment loudly, and he returned immediately with the answer.
"Okay, I do not think you should live in India then," Kohli said, looking at the camera while sitting on the couch.
"You should go and live somewhere else, do not you? Why do you live in our country and love other countries? I do not mind that I do not like you, but I do not think you should live in our country and like other things. right. "
What followed was national anger, because Indian fans are in the social media.
Many cricket fans quickly urged Kohli to try to rehearse fans by broadcasting a video about him by naming former South African cricketer Herschelle Gibbs for his favorite player. Others shared Kohl's paintings supported by German cars and cited the old tweet of his companion German Angelikue Kerber.
Indian Cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle was also disappointed with Kohl's bad humor attempts.
"Virata Kohli's statement is a reflection of the balloon that most well-known people are struggling or forced," Bhogle said.
"Voices within him are often those who want to hear. It is a pleasing balloon, and therefore familiar people must try to prevent it from forming.
"That is why frustrating thoughts are frowned. Power and glory make it attractive to those who agree with you and support your thinking because they benefit from the proximity of glory and power."
Kohli eventually withdrew his comments and said that he was "everything for freedom of choice" when it comes to cricketers who will support them.
"I guess the trolling is not for me guys, I'll stick trolled!" on tveeted.
"I was talking about how these" Indians "are mentioned in the comment, and that's all. I'm all about the freedom of choice.
"Keep it easy and enjoy the holiday season, love and peace for everyone."