Australian media, stop bullying Virat Kohli. It's high time you shut the f**k up!

Australian media have been acting as a 'low grade' TV Channel walking the path of sensationalism criticising Virat Kohli to animals and now Donald Trump!

Australian media’s portrayal of Virat Kohli has made headlines during the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy. At first, it hit us like a shock but now it seems that they are just plain stupid. Yes, you read that right! But now, Australian media have outdone themselves comparing Kohli with US President Donald Trump. Australian media has made Kohli the enemy of the state, the ‘bad boy’ of Indian Cricket.

What is more difficult to understand is that they have been trying to justify the mistakes the Aussies committed on the cricket field. Steven Smith and Peter Handscomb’s infamous ‘brain fade’ incident too was not criticised by Australian media. Instead, they found Kohli’s accusations in the post-match conference absolute nonsense.

Veteran Sunil Gavaskar went on a rant with his remark that Australian media is just an extension of their support staff. Even Michael Clarke replied to Australian’s remark completely shocked. His reaction was ”What a load of s**t is that?” and we could not agree more!

Australian media stooped to a new low when in a facebook post they compared Kohli with animals— dogs, cats and pandas. They had a poll for it named ‘The Vettel of the week’ or ‘Villain of the week’. This created a stir among Indian fans and media as they were infuriated by Australian media’s foul behaviour.

The impact of the Australian’s media ‘Donald Trump’ remark was such that even Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan tweeted about it and mocked them.

With Border-Gavaskar Trophy decider around the corner to be played at Dharamshala, the focus should be on cricket and not the toxicity which has been making headlines instead of the game. And that is what Harsha Bhogle conveyed through his tweet which urged everyone to focus on cricket.

We hope Australian media understands that and turn their focus on cricket instead of controversies. Embrace the gentleman’s game!