During BAN vs AFG match, fans teased Naveen UL, raised slogans of ‘Kohli-Kohli’

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New Delhi: The third match of the World Cup 2023 was played between Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Bangladesh registered a spectacular victory in this match. The performance of captain Shakib Al Hasan and Mehdi Hasan Miraj was excellent. Virat Kohli was not present in this match, yet slogans of ‘Kohli-Kohli’ were heard in the stadium. Its video is also going viral on social media. Let us know what is the matter behind this.

Actually, Naveen Il Haq of Lucknow Supergiants, who faced Virat Kohli in IPL, was also a part of this match. Naveen Ul Haq was fielding on the boundary line during Bangladesh’s batting. Meanwhile, the fans sitting behind started teasing him. He started shouting slogans of ‘Kohli-Kohli’ in a loud voice. However, Naveen ignored it. His entire attention was focused on the match. However, the clash between Naveen Ul Haq and Virat Kohli will now be seen in the World Cup match in New Delhi.

Virat Kohli and Naveen Ul Haq got into a fight during the Lucknow Super Giants vs Royal Challengers Bangalore match in IPL. During the batting of Naveen and Amit Mishra, they had a dispute with Virat Kohli. During this time, LSG mentor Gautam Gambhir also supported Naveen Ul Haq. Since then Naveen remains in the news a lot. Even on social media, Naveen often shares strange posts to tease Virat.

Will retire after the World Cup

Naveen Ul Haq has announced to quit ODI cricket after World Cup 2023. He had written on social media a few days ago, “It is an honor to represent the country. I am going to retire from ODI cricket after World Cup 2023. I will continue to play T20 for Afghanistan. It is not easy to take this decision, but to prolong my career this difficult decision had to be taken. I thank the Afghanistan Cricket Board and the fans for their love.”

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