Swamy took to Twitter and his post read, "What is wrong if Virat Kohli tells a questioner (who tells him that he enjoys watching foreign cricketers more that Indian cricketers) that he should migrate overseas?"
Virat Kohli, captain of the Indian cricket team, told a person - on video - not to live in India if he or she prefers foreign cricketers to Indian ones. The user says that it's preferable to watch Australian and English batsmen.
A batsman par excellence with a plethora of records to his name, Kohli spent his birthday with wife Anushka Sharma in Haridwar. He also said he enjoyed watching batsmen from English and Australian teams rather than the current Indian team.
He first read out the tweet that said: "Over-rated batsman and personally I see nothing special in his batting".
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Kohli who found the comment to be mean said that "I don't think you should live in India".
Will this go down well with his Indian fans across the world? I don't mind you not liking me but I don't think you should live in our country and like other things. He surpassed Sachin Tendulkar to become the quickest batsman to surpass 10,000 runs in the 50 overs format. He added that the fan should get his "priorities straight". After beating West Indies across all formats in the ongoing tour, Virat Kohli and co are now enjoying a short four-day break from their ongoing series with just a final T20I remaining.