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Twitterati blasts Australian batsman for mocking Kohli

DNMUM385180 | 3/20/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :191

Glenn Maxwell’s gesture, which was intended to mock Kohli, didn’t go down well with Indian fans
All throughout the ongoing four- match Test series, the Australians have kept a tab on their sledging antics, especially against Indian captain Virat Kohli. But on Saturday, that is on the third day of the third Test, Glenn Maxwell mimicked Kohli to mock him, and it didn’t go down well with Indian fans.
Kohli, who had hurt his shoulder while diving to save a boundary on Day 1, couldn’t take the field the next day. He then came to bat at number four at the fall of Murali Vijay’s wicket. Later, Maxwell dived full length at the ropes to stop a Cheteshwar Pujara on-drive from reaching the fence. He tumbled over, and while returning to take his position in the field, the middle order batsman held his shoulder with a wicked smile on
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