Virat Kohli gets away with poor behaviour: Daryll Cullinan


Former South African cricketing great Daryll Cullinan lambasted Virat Kohli for his on-field behaviour on Thursday, wherein the Test captain walked up to the stumps mic and insinuated that the South African broadcasters had not given a fair DRS review, because of which Dean Elgar’s LBW decision got overturned.

Cullinan, 54, who played 70 Tests and almost double the number of ODIs, said that such behaviour from Kohli was “unacceptable on a cricket field” but he “has got away with such behaviour”.

“I love Virat Kohli, I love his cricket. But there has to be a line drawn somewhere to say ‘hang on, you must be severely punished’. I just cannot believe that they could think along those sorts of lines. For too long, Virat has got away with behaviour which is unacceptable on a cricket field,” said Cullinan. 

“This is the typical Virat’s untouchable; he behaves the way he wants to behave. The rest of the cricket world just bows down to Virat. The powerhouse is India. It’s just the big suck up towards India and anybody who plays for India. They are untouchable, so everyone will laugh it off,” he told Cricinfo.

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