Nick Compton tweet trolling Virat Kohli gets viral after India’s win: Fans call him Daniel Alexander 2.0

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England cricketer Nick Compton has been heavily trolled by the Indian fans on twitter after his banter targeting Virat Kohli after Day 4 of the fourth test backfired badly with India’s dominating victory by the end of Day 5. By the end of Day 4, Team England were looking good and composed and they made up for the Lead by a good margin without the fall of any wicket – which was a good omen without an iota of doubt.

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However, what Nick Compton did after that, was perhaps a bit too haughty and karma striked him back soon. Following the end of Day 4, Nick Compton tweeted, “Where have all my Indian Kohli loving fans gone?”

England were at a preferable position at that time and he thus was confident of a win. Therefore, his dig at Virat Kohli went unnoticed. However, the Indian fans were not going to let it go so easily and they were waiting for the perfect opportunity, which they got just a day later.

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On Day 5, India completely dominated in the bowling department and demolished the England batsmen. Even the best batsman of England Joe Root did not stand a chance against the intensity with which the Indian pacers were bowling and India completely thrashed the hosts to register a win at the Oval. With this win, the Blues went 2-1 up in the ongoing 5-match series between the two test heavyweights.

It was only then that the Indian fans started responding to Nick Compton’s one day old tweet and finally got their sweet revenge. Their banters were so intense that the batsman could not even respond.

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