Virat Kohli finally breaks his silence on Mohammed Shami’s abuse after Pakistan match

Virat Kohli has finally spoken on the abuse Mohammed Shami received after the match against Pakistan. The Indian pacer was trolled over his performance against the arch-rivals in the ICC T20 World Cup. He conceded 43 runs in 3.5 overs. In a recent press conference, the India skipper backed Shami.

“Some people have made trolling on social media entertainment…they have neither courage nor backbone…Our team doesn’t care what’s going on outside….we only focus on the game we play.

He further spoke about Shami’s trolling on the basis of his religion.

“Trolling about Shami’s religion was the most pathetic thing. They (trollers) are spineless. All drama is due to the lack of compassion, lack of self-confidence, lack of empathy in them.”

India will take on New Zealand in the second match of their T20 World Cup campaign in Dubai.