WATCH: Naveen Ul Haq shares cryptic post on Instagram exactly two months after on-field spat with Virat Kohli

From the wording of the moral of this interesting story shared by Haq, it seems he is taking a dig at Kohli's fans who are blinded by the fanatic they have for India's stalwart.


WATCH: Naveen Ul Haq shares cryptic post on Instagram exactly two months after on-field spat with Virat Kohli

Naveen Ul Haq, Virat Kohli (Images via Instagram, Firstpost)

It has been almost two months since an on-field spat broke between India’s batting stalwart Virat Kohli and Afghanistan pacer Naveen Ul Haq but it seems the latter is not over it yet. Naveen Ul Haq has shared a cryptic post on Instagram wherein a small story involving a tiger and a donkey is narrated. The post ends with a moral message which seems to be aimed at Kohli’s fans.

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Talking of the on-field spat between Kohli and Naveen, it took place during a match in IPL 2023 when the two players were representing their respective franchises. There was a war of words and some heated gestures exchanges on the ground while a social media war took place off the field. While Virat Kohli shared quotes on his Instagram story, Naveen Ul Haq took jibes by posting cryptic posts

A few days back Naveen Ul Haq openly blamed Virat Kohli for the spot claiming the RCB batter started the fight while he (Naveen) just retaliated. The Afghan cricketer claimed that Kohli forcefully grabbed his hand after the match. And now, the Afghanistan cricketer has shared a cryptic post that seems to be aimed at Virat Kohli and his fans.

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What has Naveen Ul Haq shared on Instagram about Virat Kohli?

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Naveen Ul Haq and Virat Kohli (Image via Twitter)

The Afghanistan pacer has shared a motivational post that talks about a story of the jungle. The moral of the story is pretty interesting.

“The worst waste of time is arguing with the fool and fanatic who does not care about truth or reality but only the victory of his beliefs and illusions. There are people who no matter how much evidence we present to them are not in the capacity to understand and others are blinded by ego, hatred, and resentment. And all they want is to be right even if they are not,” said the moral of the story.

From the wording of the moral of this interesting story shared by Haq, it seems he is taking a dig at Kohli’s fans who are blinded by the fanatic they have for India’s stalwart. It is worth noting that Haq faced a lot of flak and was humiliated with ‘Kohli, Kohli’ chants wherever he went to play after that incident.

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