Virat Vs Naveen 2.0: “Chiku make mango shake on 11 Oct…”: Hard Slap On Afghani Pacer Naveen-Ul-Haq

The ongoing feud between Lucknow Super Giants’ pacer Naveen ul Haq and Royal Challengers Bangalore’s (RCB) batter Virat Kohli has taken the cricketing world by storm. In recent developments, this feud has escalated, with both players taking indirect jabs at each other, further fueling the controversy.

The Kohli-Naveen feud reached a boiling point during a recent clash between Lucknow Super Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore. The on-field spat between the two players not only marred the spirit of the game but also resulted in substantial fines being imposed on them. Virat Kohli was fined 100 percent of his match fees, while Naveen ul Haq faced a 50 percent reduction in his match payment for breaching the Indian Premier League (IPL) code of conduct.

Virat Kohli has found himself at the center of two significant controversies in the IPL 2023 season. First, there was the ‘no handshake’ saga involving former BCCI president Sourav Ganguly. This incident garnered considerable attention and raised questions about sportsmanship on the cricketing field.

The second controversy involved an altercation between Kohli and Lucknow Super Giants’ mentor, Gautam Gambhir, with Naveen ul Haq also becoming embroiled in the conflict. This confrontation, which unfolded during the IPL, resulted in fines for all three individuals. It’s worth noting that Naveen had previously made it clear that he wouldn’t tolerate any disrespectful behaviour and would respond firmly to any untoward comments.

The dynamics of this feud took an interesting turn when Afghanistan announced its squad for the ODI World Cup 2023. Naveen Ul Haq, who was previously omitted from the Asia Cup 2023 Squad, found himself back in the national squad. This inclusion has significantly bolstered Afghanistan’s pace of attack. Naveen’s ability to generate pace and provide crucial breakthroughs adds depth to Afghanistan’s bowling unit.

Adding another layer to this cricketing drama is India’s upcoming match against Afghanistan in the World Cup 2023, scheduled for October 11th. Following Naveen’s selection in the squad, social media became a battleground as netizens began trolling Naveen Ul Haq, drawing humorous comparisons with the fruit mango.

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