In a bid to take a dig on Indian skipper Virat Kohli post his minimal score against West Indies, England commentator David Lloyd took on to his Twitter claiming the absence of coach as the reason for the same. Kohli managed to bag only 11 runs in the third match.
Coming to the further details, India defeated West Indies by 93 runs at Antigua on Friday to extend their lead to 2-0. It was an average score by India as they finished with 251 -4 in 50 overs but managed to bowl out West Indies for 158, thanks to the bowlers.
Meanwhile, earlier in the match, Ajinkya Rahane continued his brilliant form with a knock of 72, whereas Mahendra Singh Dhoni showcased a fine performance with an unbeaten 78, proclaiming his comeback on the field after the series of unexpected low scores.
Despite his other exemplary matches, this was not Kohli’s day, as he left to the pavilion at mere 11 runs. It seems that former England all-rounder-turned commentator David Lloyd is quite unhappy with the innings. took to Twitter to troll Virat Kohli and blame it on the lack of a coach in the Indian team.
The commentator took to his Twitter in a bid to troll Virat Kohli and blame it on the lack of a coach in the Indian team. Read his tweet here:
Ind 2 down v WI …Kohli out …Coach fault
— David 'Bumble' Lloyd (@BumbleCricket) June 30, 2017
An unexpected row of comments has already hit the Internet regarding the former coach Kumble and Kohli’s fiasco. However, this attempt of roping in the coach’s issue to blame Kohli is something that Indians can’t digest.
So, this is how Twitter has reacted to the English Commentator,
Keep bowling that line, Bumble. You'll get a few today.
— Neil Dutton (@ndutton13) June 30, 2017
England bottling in big games… Nationality fault
— Ghafarbutt (@Ghafarbutt) June 30, 2017
No it's a used pitch bumble
— Rohit Singh (@lazyroe) June 30, 2017
seemed to be ok Sunday, your obsession with him is baffling
— L_E Toffee (@L_EToffee) June 30, 2017
atleast Indians value their captain/players more den coach unlike ppl lyk u n ECB who destroyed KP's career.
— dulumani choudhury (@ChdDulumoni) June 30, 2017