Mark Waugh, the former Australian cricketer, recently made a statement about the India vs Australia series. He said that the sledging that happened during the series was not about Virat Kohli’s batting, but about his catching.
The India vs Australia series was a highly competitive one, with both teams giving their best to win. During the series, there were several instances of sledging between the two teams. While some of it was about the batting of Virat Kohli, Mark Waugh believes that it was more about his catching.
According to Waugh, the Australian team was not trying to target Kohli’s batting, but rather his catching. He believes that the Australian team was trying to put pressure on Kohli by sledging him about his catching.
Waugh also believes that the sledging was not personal, but rather a way to put pressure on the Indian team. He believes that the Australian team was trying to make the Indian team uncomfortable and put them off their game.
Waugh’s statement has been met with mixed reactions from the cricketing world. While some believe that the sledging was necessary to put pressure on the Indian team, others believe that it was unnecessary and uncalled for.
No matter what the opinion is, it is clear that the India vs Australia series was a highly competitive one. Both teams gave their best to win and the sledging was just a part of the game.