Cricket is a gentleman’s game but we have witnessed moments where cricketers were involved in fights, sledging or verbal spats. Virat Kohli always remains aggressive on the field and sometimes in heat of the moment he has abused players. However, Virat Kohli does this in a limit and never crossed the barrier. He uses a cuss word which rhymes with the name of Ben Stokes.
Ben Stokes Trolled Rohit & Virat
For this reason, many times Indian fans have trolled the English all-rounder. However, now Stokes too is well aware of this swear word and sometimes he has trolled Virat Kohli when he caught using this word. But in the ongoing India vs South Africa test, not Virat but Rohit Sharma used this word and caught on the camera.
During, India’s second innings of this test Rohit Sharma caught abusing Cheteshwar Pujara when he declined to take a single. He used the cuss word which Virat Kohli is famous for. After this moment, Ben Stokes again came up with a hilarious tweet. He wrote, “This time it’s Rohit, not Virat….if you know you know,”
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This is not the first time Stokes has responded on this. This was all started when Indians fans started posting ”Kohli saying Ben Stokes” posts after every time he caught saying the cuss word. First Ben Stokes was confused why Indian fans are tagging him on such posts but sooner he knew the hilarious reason. After which he responded with a hilarious tweet. Ben Stokes sarcastically tweeted in June, “I may delete Twitter just so I don’t have to see another tweet reading “He’s saying Ben Stokes”(when he’s clearly not) in reply to a video of Virat saying you know what it was funny the first 100,000 times.”
Taking about the test match, Rohit Sharma has made an outstanding comeback in the test side. He scored centuries in both innings of this test match. In first innings 176 and in the second innings he scored 127 runs. This is his first match as an opener in test and now he has got a great start. On the final day of the test tomorrow, South Africa needs 384 runs while India needs 9 wickets to win this match.