The World Cup 2023 match between India and Afghanistan inspires viewers with Virat Kohli and Naveen-Ul-Haq’s rivalry and friendship journey.

The second World Cup 2023 encounter between India and Afghanistan was as exciting as it gets. The famous rivalry between Naveen-Ul-Haq of Afghanistan and Virat Kohli of India was being played out in front of eager fans. The two cricket players burying the hatchet and moving over their altercation was a nice change, however. For those who are unaware, the animosity dates back to the IPL 2023, when RBC and LSG engaged in a violent altercation. Following the altercation, Haq started making fun of Kohli by making remarks about mangoes anytime Kohli or his side experienced adversity. Fans anxiously anticipated Kohli’s matchup with Haq as the rivalry heated up in the hopes that their beloved “King Kohli” would do well against Naveen.

India defeated Afghanistan by 8 wickets in its second World Cup encounter this year. On October 8, the nation defeated Australia and won by a score of 6 wickets. India vs. Pakistan, the tournament’s third game and perhaps one of the most anticipated, will take place on October 14 at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium. There will be 48 matches contested in this, the 13th edition of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup. The competition, which is being hosted by India, kicked out on October 5 and will end on November 19.

Regarding the competition between Kohli and Naveen, the Afghanistani player’s former team, Lucknow Super Giants, did not hold back in demonstrating its support for Kohli under the guiding principle of “country first.” On Wednesday, the official account of the social media platform X (previously Twitter) uploaded a post of mangoes with the comment “Aaj (Today).”

When people began responding to the post, it quickly became popular. People quickly made the connection that the Lucknow Super Giants administration was not backing its own player, which they confirmed by saying “Country first.”

On social media, individuals also posted humorous memes and comments on the Viral-Naveen feud, with the Indian internet community quickly siding with Kohli.

A user said that there were “Kohli, Kohli, Kohli” shouting mobs in front of Naveen Ul Haq in Delhi.

“Want Virat to recreate this today with Naveen-ul-haq,” a second individual said.

“No one! Before the #INDvsAFG match, Naveen Ul Haq,” added another.

A fourth person chimed in, “Naveen-Ul-haq is depressed when he’ll face Virat Kohli The King Kohli.”

Today is Showtime! Fifth: “Virat Naveen ul haq,”

Another person said, “Naveen ul Haq slept today to concentrate on his Aam ka thela.

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