In a horrifying event, a cricket fan in Tamil Nadu took his friend’s life for denigrating his favorite player. Reportedly, the event took place on Thursday as the dead and the accused—who were also close friends—were out for a drink. The argument initiated on the topic of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma which turned into chaos, one of them drove a knife into the other and murdered him on the spot.
The accused got upset when the deceased compared Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma the conversation turned bitter as the former couldn’t bear to hear bad things about his favorite cricket player, the accused reportedly killed his friend by stabbing him to death while intoxicated. The police have launched an inquiry and are thoroughly investigating the whole matter.
Vignesh Lost His Life
Rohit Sharma fan Vignesh teased Virat Kohli fan Dharmaraj and RCB team. He was infuriated by this. when the argument heated up, Dharmaraj hit Vignesh on the head with a beer bottle. And hit him on the head with a cricket bat. Vignesh was seriously injured and died. When the two went out for a drink, the accused Dharmaraj murdered Vignesh who was his close friend.
Well, there were times when banners and cutouts caused fights between supporters of Virat, Rohit, and Dhoni but this is something heart-wrenching. We all know that social media is a common platform for fans of these cricketers to talk about, argue, and even cyberbully each other to some extent. But these incidents never led to any deadly and horrific events before. Every other person is astonished and numb hearing this instance.
Rohit Sharma And Virat Kohli Are Preparing for the T20 World Cup 2022
While the fans are busy taking each other’s life based on the most senseless arguments Virat and Rohit and the rest of the Indian Team is practicing in Australia for the upcoming T20 World Cup. Australia XI recently played two practice matches against India, and the Indian Team won the first game, but lost the second one by 36 runs.
India’s official warm-up match against Australia and New Zealand will now occur before their season-opening game against archrival Pakistan on October 23.