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Kohli slammed for wearing shorts at toss for warm-up

Press Trust of India  |  Sydney 

Indian was Thursday slammed by fans for wearing shorts at the toss for the warm-up game against Australia XI ahead of the four-Test series here.

The four-day game, which started after the first day was washed out due to rain, though has not been accorded a first-class status.

A photograph of Kohli in shorts attending the toss with was posted on BCCI's Twitter handle.

Fans soon took to the and criticised Kohli, calling it a "disrespectful act". One of them pointed out how Indian batting great had slammed opener Fakhar Zaman for not wearing his cap properly at Asia Cup earlier this year.

is also called the 'gentleman's game'.

"This @imVkohli bad attitude is showing no any respect for game and their legacy why @bcci @icc @accessonline n other cricket members think about this. Where is #sunilgavaskar who taunted in #Aisacup to Pakistani What @imVkohli is showing," a twitter handle that goes by the name @VeeG48 wrote.

Another wrote, "Disgraceful and disrespectful... There was time captains used to wear Blazers during toss.... This behavior is absolutely unpardonable...."

In-form Kohli (64) and teenage prodigy Prithvi Shaw (66) were among the five Indian batsmen who struck fifties before the visitors were bowled out for 358 on the second day of the rain-hit practice game at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

First Published: Thu, November 29 2018. 20:45 IST
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