Warner says he has no issue with Kohli’s aggression, as long as it was taken off the field.
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Australia batsman David Warner says he has no issue with Virat Kohli’s aggression.
Tempers continue to fly with Kohli taking on the Aussies with his own verbal volleys and went as far as saying that he respects just “some” of the Australian players.
Warner says he welcomes Kohli’s aggression, but added that the niggle should remain purely on-field.
“If that’s the way he wants to go about his cricket, then let him do so,” Warner said.
“If he wants to be aggressive, let him be… At the end of the day, we also play cricket the aggressive way, though I personally feel that whatever happens on the field should stay there itself … It shouldn’t be brought off the field.”
Warner said it was down to the ICC to dish out fines to those who cross the line.
“There is a line you cannot cross and it is for the ICC to manage with their fines and warnings. When we talk about sledging and stuff, physical contact and verbal swearing is where we draw the line,” he added.