Afghanistan and LSG pacer, Naveen-ul-Haq was quite angry in yesterday’s game between Lucknow Super Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Apparently, the altercation started between Naveen and former Indian skipper Virat Kohli during the 17th over of the second innings.
Moreover, it is learned that Kohli was so fired up that he threw his shoe at Naveen and even hurled a mouthful of abuses towards Amit Mishra’s way.
While Mishra didn’t pay much heed to Kohli’s outrage, Naveen did get into a war of words.
On the other hand, the war continued between Naveen and Kohli even after the conclusion of the match.
Furthermore, this brawl also led LSG mentor and former India player, Gautam Gambhir to get into an ugly spat with Kohli and both of them got into a heated argument with each other.
Now, as a result of these actions, both Kohli and Naveen have copped up some fines for their behavior.
Apparently, Naveen is not at all happy with this behavior of Kohli.
When the spat continued between the two, it was finally Glenn Maxwell who separated the two from each other.
Said Naveen after the game,
I have come here to play in the IPL, not to take abuse from anyone.
BCCI charges heavy fines from Naveen-ul-Haq, Kohli, and Gambhir after the match
Even hours after the game, Naveen was seething with rage and he wrote on his Instagram story,
You get what you deserved that’s how it should be and that’s how it goes.
On the other hand, BCCI has now taken strict action against Kohli and Naveen.
While Naveen has to pay 50 percent of his match fees, Kohli has to pay his entire match fee to the Indian board.
Furthermore, Gambhir has also been asked to submit his entire match fee for arguing violently with Kohli after the handshake ceremony.
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