Virat Kohli vs Gautam Gambhir: Why did Ravi Shastri talk about the closed room after watching the fight between Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir?

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New Delhi, There was a ruckus in the match between Lucknow and Bangalore. Virat Kohli And Lucknow’s fast bowler Naveen-ul-Haq had a verbal spat and then Gautam Gambhir also jumped into the fight. Since this incident, Virat, Naveen-ul-Haq and Gautam Gambhir have remained the subject of discussion. Everyone is talking about these three only. However, Ravi Shastri, former head coach of Team India and doing commentary in IPL, is not at all happy with this controversy. Ravi Shastri believes that such things are not right for cricket.

Virat Kohli told Star Sports that whatever happened in the Lucknow-Bangalore match was wrong. He said that such things should not happen on the field because crores of fans around the world are watching you. Ravi Shastri believes that it is better if such debates take place in a closed room only.

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Will Ravi Shastri settle the matter?

Ravi Shastri was asked on Star Sports whether he was ready to settle the matter. So he replied that this matter should be resolved anyway. These teams will clash with each other again and such things can happen again. Ravi Shastri is saying the right thing here because Virat Kohli and Naveen ul Haq continued this fight on social media even after the match was over.

Virat Kohli said in the video of RCB that you will get what you give. On the other hand, Naveen-ul-Haq also taunted Virat Kohli after this fight. He also targeted Virat through Instagram story.

Is fine enough to stop such incidents?

By the way, all the three players involved in this fight have been fined. Virat-Gambhir’s match fees were deducted in full. Half of the match fee of Naveen-ul-Haq was deducted. But the question here is whether such incidents will stop just by cutting the match fees? Shouldn’t there be more severe punishment to stop such disputes?

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