During the second ODI between India and Australia, Virat Kohli and Matthew Wade were seen sledging each other in the first innings.
Throughout the innings, Wade was struggling with the Kolkata heat as he was attended to by the physio on more than one occasion. On one particular occasion, Wade was crouching down after a delivery, which Kohli saw as a chance to sneak in an extra run.
After the over, Kohli was involved in a heated exchange with the Aussie keeper, as Wade was clearly not impressed by the Indian skipper.
The pair were constantly chirping away during the over, as Wade was not impressed by Kohli’s attitude. Kohli felt that he did not wrong, as he was clearly within his rights to take that single.
Now, the conversation between the pair has finally been revealed.
This is what Matthew Wade said to Kohli,
“I might have a cry like you. I might go to the dressing rooms and have a good cry like you. Everyone has to feel sorry for you.”
Never one to back down, Kohli replied back to the Wade,
“Did anyone from my side mock you?”
This was in reference to an incident that happened in the India-Australia test match a few months ago. Kohli had injured himself on the field, and had to go to the dressing room for treatment.
During the match, Aussie player Glenn Maxwell was seen mocking Kohli for his injury, something that really riled up the Indian skipper.
Clearly Kohli had not forgotten that, which is why Kohli replied in such fashion.