Virat Kohli vs Gautam Gambhir: Should players like Virat Kohli-Gautam Gambhir be banned? Only then will the shameful acts stop!

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New Delhi. In IPL 2023, on the one hand, there is discussion about the players who have shown the best game, on the other hand, there are some players who are in headlines for wrong reasons. is talking Virat Kohli, Gautam Gambhir, Naveen ul Haq. On May 1, there was a match between RCB and Lucknow Supergiants. RCB won the match but after this Virat clashed with Naveen-ul-Haq and Gambhir. There was a fierce verbal war between the three. After this incident, Virat Kohli-Gautam Gambhir, Naveen-ul-Haq were fined by BCCI but former veteran player Virender Sehwag considers it insufficient. They believe that those who do such acts should be banned.

Virender Sehwag said in a conversation with Cricbuzz that BCCI needs to take more stringent steps to prevent such incidents. According to Sehwag, if a player is banned for one match, then such incidents will be less or will not happen.

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It has a bad effect on children: Sehwag

Virender Sehwag believes that players like Virat-Gambhir are idols of many children. If he does such things then the children will also follow him. Sehwag said that his children also understand things like Ben Stokes. If you do such things then my children can understand.

Sehwag’s talk is 100 percent accurate

Virender Sehwag’s point is absolutely correct. If such things happen on the middle ground, then obviously its effect is wrong. Many young cricketers can do such things after seeing Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir. In such a situation, it becomes the responsibility of veterans like Virat-Gambhir to play cricket like a gentleman’s game and not break their limits on the field.

Please tell that after this incident, both Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir are being severely criticized. Virat Kohli even showed the shoe to Naveen-ul-Haq, who was playing IPL for the first time. Such an act is really indecent for a player like Virat. Now BCCI has deducted 100 percent of his match fee but the question is whether it will stop further?

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