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Naveen and Kohli’s Spat Continues: Instagram’s ‘Mango Story’ Fuels the Fire!

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Afghanistan pacer Naveen-ul-Haq’s instagram story on ‘sweet mango’s’ grabbed attention as the netizens felt that he might be targeting Virat Kohli again. Naveen shared a story on Instagram with a picture of mangoes being put in front of a TV screen that had RCB vs MI match going on. Notably, the visual the screen showed was right after Kohli was dismissed. However, he did not take any player’s name in his story and just wrote, “Sweet mango’s“.

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Naveen-ul-Haq and India batter Virat Kohli’s recent spat during the IPL match has been making headlines. Last week, during Royal Challengers Bangalore’s IPL match against Lucknow Super Giants, Naveen and Kohli were involved in a war of words. The issue escalated so much that the two players confronted each other during the match, and even after the game ended.

Days after the spat, Naveen shared a picture of his with Gautam Gambhir, who also had a spat with Kohli in defense of Naveen on the match day. In the post, he wrote,

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“Treat people the way you want to be treated. Talk to people the way you want to be talked to #With (Goat Emoji).”

It seems that the clash between Naveen and Kohli is not going to die down anytime soon. Meanwhile, the netizens have reacted to the Instagram story of pacer Naveen-ul-Haq.

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