Earlier, the India skipper was trolled on social media after he asked a fan to leave the country if he did not like to watch Indian cricketers in action.
He suggested, that those who didn't like watching Indian batsmen should consider migrating to another country.
Kohli told the Indian fan to "go and live somewhere else" in a video on his newly-launched personal app, in which he responded to comments from the public. Why are you living in our country and loving other countries? "Get your priorities right", Kohli said. The India captain, who has been rested for the T20I series against a West Indies, embroiled himself in fresh controversy after a video of him went viral on social media.
Kohli has claimed that him endorsing foreign brands is not the same as people preferring foreign cricketers because he is paid for it.
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Kohli was in the eye of a storm during the launch of his mobile application when he told a fan that he should not be living in India if he can not like Indian cricketers.
India captain Virat Kohli wants to leave no stones unturned when it comes to the team's preparations in the lead up to Cricket World Cup 2019 even if the decisions involved are going to take the sheen out of Indian Premier League (IPL). "I enjoy watching English and Australian batsmen more than these Indians". However, Virat also said that he doesn't have any problem with the fan not liking him. If he checks his contract, he may find that he may have violated his contract with this statement. "He is a great player and it's time to try and be a great human being", the official remarked. Kohli is now not in action for Team India as he was rested for the ongoing T20I series against West Indies.
Editorial team of CricketCountry.