IPL 2023: Why there was a fierce fight between Kohli and Gambhir, understand the whole story IPL 2023: Why there was a fierce fight between Kohli and Gambhir, understand the whole story

IPL 2023: Why there was a fierce fight between Kohli and Gambhir, understand the whole story

IPL 2023: Why there was a fierce fight between Kohli and Gambhir, understand the whole story Kohli-Gambhir Fight: After the match between Lucknow Supergiants and RCB, there was a clash between Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli vs Gautam Gambhir), which created a stir in the cricket world. The fight between the two has made a lot of headlines.  New Delhi:Kohli-Gambhir Fight: After the match between Lucknow Supergiants and RCB, there was a clash between Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli vs Gautam Gambhir), which created a stir in the cricket world. The fight between the two has made a lot of headlines. But in the end, why such an argument took place between the two, know in detail..  The first celebration after taking the catch was that after taking the catch of Krunal Pandya, Kohli gave a flying kiss while looking at the stands and thumping his chest, after that he gestured to keep quiet by putting a finger on his mouth. In fact, in the same season, when Lucknow defeated RCB in the last match, Gautam Gambhir gestured towards the fans to keep quiet by keeping a finger on his face, perhaps Kohli had given a befitting reply to Gambhir by behaving like this.   Argument with Amit Mishra also Kohli looked very aggressive during the match, not only this, he also argued with Amit Mishra about something, whose video is viral on social media.  Kohli clashed with Naveen-ul-Haq Actually, during the innings of Lucknow, there was an argument between Afghanistan player Naveen-ul-Haq and Virat Kohli. Both said a lot about each other, which has started a fight between the two players.   Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli's argument again after the match When RCB won the match and the players of both the teams were shaking hands with each other, at the same time once again there was an argument between Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli. . Both were seen firing arrows at each other.   Kyle Meyers spoke to Kohli, only then Gambhir arrived in the middle when Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli again had a scuffle, Lucknow player Kyle Meyers went to King Kohli and was seen talking to him. Then Lucknow team's mentor Gautam Gambhir went to Kyle Meyers and started taking him with him.   Then there was an argument between Kohli and Gambhir. After some time, Gambhir and Kohli clashed with each other and were seen arguing for a long time. Gambhir and Kohli were seen fighting in such a way as if both were known enemies. As soon as the argument between Gambhir and Kohli escalated, the players of both the teams separated from each other.   Talk between KL Rahul and Kohli After the clash between Gambhir and Kohli, KL Rahul was seen talking to King Kohli for a long time. Kohli was also seen explaining his point to Rahul.   The owner of Lucknow talked to Kohli The owner of the Lucknow team was also seen talking to King Kohli regarding this issue. Both were seen talking to each other for a long time.  BCCI reprimanded and imposed fine BCCI reprimanded Kohli, Gambhir and Naveen Ul and also fined all the three players. While Kohli and Gambhir were fined 100 per cent of their match fees, Naveen-ul-Haq was fined 50 per cent.        The Appeal Committee of the Egyptian Federation issues its decision regarding the Kahraba and Zamalek crisis  The Egyptian Football Association announced the decisions of the Appeal Committee (Grievances), headed by Adel Al-Shorbagy, regarding the grievances submitted by Al-Ahly and its player, Mahmoud Abdel Moneim “Kahraba” and Zamalek, and its president.  As well as discussing urgent lawsuit No. 48268 before the administrative judiciary challenging the appointment of the Disciplinary, Values ​​and Ethics Committee and the decisions issued by it.  The Appeal Committee decided to stop considering the grievances submitted by Al-Ahly, Kahraba, Zamalek, and its president regarding the penalties of the Disciplinary Committee until May 14, until the administrative judiciary decided the case by appealing against the appointment of the Disciplinary Committee.  The Disciplinary Committee of the Egyptian Football Association had taken deterrent decisions against Al-Ahly club and its attacker, Mahmoud Kahraba, in addition to depriving Zamalek President Mortada Mansour from entering the stadiums for a period of two months.  And the Disciplinary Committee decided, after examining the complaint submitted by Al-Ahly Club against the President of Zamalek Club, for insulting the player Mahmoud Kahraba, as well as the complaint of the President of Zamalek Club against Kahraba, for insulting the Zamalek fans, as follows:  The president of Zamalek Club was fined 300,000 pounds, to be paid within a month.  Depriving the president of Zamalek Club of entering stadiums for a period of two months in competitions in which Zamalek Club participates.  The president of Zamalek Club warned, in an official letter, against returning to such behavior, and reminded him of the disciplinary rules.  The committee also decided to punish Al-Ahly club player Mahmoud Kahraba with the following penalties:  Suspension for 12 matches in competitions organized by the Football Association or the Association of Clubs.  A fine of one million pounds to be paid within a month.  Warning Al-Ahly Club against the fans’ repeated use of phrases or signs that violate sports values, morals, and rules.  Al-Ahly club fined 200,000 pounds, to be paid within a month.          The arrest of a fan who carried an electric saw in violent incidents in the Taraji and JS Kabylie match  The official spokesman for the Court of First Instance in Ben Arous, Omar Hanin, said that the deadlines for holding 66 defendants were extended in connection with the events that took place in the Tunisian Esperance match against its guest, JS Kabylie.  Riots from Esperance fans delayed the start of the second half of the Tunisian team's match against its guest JS Kabylie, which was held the day before yesterday, Saturday, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the African Champions League.  During the break between the two halves, clashes occurred between the Esperance fans and the security forces, and the fans threw fireworks towards the field, which prompted the referee to delay the start of the second half in order to preserve the lives of the players.  Judge Omar Henein said in a statement to the Tunis Afrique News Agency, on Monday, that the Sub-Department for Criminal Cases in Gorjani has been entrusted with research into the circumstances of the riots and violence that took place in the Rades stadium, in order to charge charges of forming a criminal consortium to assault property and people and set fire, indicating in the same regard. 6 reports were registered related to carrying a white weapon without a license, fraudulent entry cards to the stadium, and possession of a narcotic substance.  The official spokesman for the Court of First Instance in Ben Arous revealed that the suspect was also arrested in carrying the electric saw that was used after the warehouse belonging to the National Sports District Administration at the Hammadi Al-Aqrabi stadium in Brades was taken out and part of the equipment stored inside was taken out, including an electric saw machine and a large rubber wheel. belonging to a tractor, which was later set on fire at one of the stadium's entrances.  It is noteworthy that Esperance clinched the qualifying card for the semi-finals of the African Champions League, despite a 1-1 draw against JS Kabylie, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the tournament.  Esperance took advantage of its victory away from home last week in Algeria (1-0), to set a date with Al-Ahly of Egypt in the semi-finals.

Kohli-Gambhir Fight: After the match between Lucknow Supergiants and RCB, there was a clash between Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli vs Gautam Gambhir), which created a stir in the cricket world. The fight between the two has made a lot of headlines.

New Delhi:Kohli-Gambhir Fight: After the match between Lucknow Supergiants and RCB, there was a clash between Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli vs Gautam Gambhir), which created a stir in the cricket world. The fight between the two has made a lot of headlines. But in the end, why such an argument took place between the two, know in detail..

The first celebration after taking the catch
was that after taking the catch of Krunal Pandya, Kohli gave a flying kiss while looking at the stands and thumping his chest, after that he gestured to keep quiet by putting a finger on his mouth. In fact, in the same season, when Lucknow defeated RCB in the last match, Gautam Gambhir gestured towards the fans to keep quiet by keeping a finger on his face, perhaps Kohli had given a befitting reply to Gambhir by behaving like this. 

Argument with Amit Mishra also
Kohli looked very aggressive during the match, not only this, he also argued with Amit Mishra about something, whose video is viral on social media.

Kohli clashed with Naveen-ul-Haq
Actually, during the innings of Lucknow, there was an argument between Afghanistan player Naveen-ul-Haq and Virat Kohli. Both said a lot about each other, which has started a fight between the two players. 

Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli's argument again after the match
When RCB won the match and the players of both the teams were shaking hands with each other, at the same time once again there was an argument between Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli. . Both were seen firing arrows at each other. 

Kyle Meyers spoke to Kohli, only then Gambhir arrived in the middle
when Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli again had a scuffle, Lucknow player Kyle Meyers went to King Kohli and was seen talking to him. Then Lucknow team's mentor Gautam Gambhir went to Kyle Meyers and started taking him with him. 

Then there was an argument between Kohli and Gambhir.
After some time, Gambhir and Kohli clashed with each other and were seen arguing for a long time. Gambhir and Kohli were seen fighting in such a way as if both were known enemies. As soon as the argument between Gambhir and Kohli escalated, the players of both the teams separated from each other.

Talk between KL Rahul and Kohli
After the clash between Gambhir and Kohli, KL Rahul was seen talking to King Kohli for a long time. Kohli was also seen explaining his point to Rahul. 

The owner of Lucknow talked to Kohli
The owner of the Lucknow team was also seen talking to King Kohli regarding this issue. Both were seen talking to each other for a long time.

BCCI reprimanded and imposed fine
BCCI reprimanded Kohli, Gambhir and Naveen Ul and also fined all the three players. While Kohli and Gambhir were fined 100 per cent of their match fees, Naveen-ul-Haq was fined 50 per cent.




IPL 2023: Why there was a fierce fight between Kohli and Gambhir, understand the whole story Kohli-Gambhir Fight: After the match between Lucknow Supergiants and RCB, there was a clash between Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli vs Gautam Gambhir), which created a stir in the cricket world. The fight between the two has made a lot of headlines.  New Delhi:Kohli-Gambhir Fight: After the match between Lucknow Supergiants and RCB, there was a clash between Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli vs Gautam Gambhir), which created a stir in the cricket world. The fight between the two has made a lot of headlines. But in the end, why such an argument took place between the two, know in detail..  The first celebration after taking the catch was that after taking the catch of Krunal Pandya, Kohli gave a flying kiss while looking at the stands and thumping his chest, after that he gestured to keep quiet by putting a finger on his mouth. In fact, in the same season, when Lucknow defeated RCB in the last match, Gautam Gambhir gestured towards the fans to keep quiet by keeping a finger on his face, perhaps Kohli had given a befitting reply to Gambhir by behaving like this.   Argument with Amit Mishra also Kohli looked very aggressive during the match, not only this, he also argued with Amit Mishra about something, whose video is viral on social media.  Kohli clashed with Naveen-ul-Haq Actually, during the innings of Lucknow, there was an argument between Afghanistan player Naveen-ul-Haq and Virat Kohli. Both said a lot about each other, which has started a fight between the two players.   Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli's argument again after the match When RCB won the match and the players of both the teams were shaking hands with each other, at the same time once again there was an argument between Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli. . Both were seen firing arrows at each other.   Kyle Meyers spoke to Kohli, only then Gambhir arrived in the middle when Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli again had a scuffle, Lucknow player Kyle Meyers went to King Kohli and was seen talking to him. Then Lucknow team's mentor Gautam Gambhir went to Kyle Meyers and started taking him with him.   Then there was an argument between Kohli and Gambhir. After some time, Gambhir and Kohli clashed with each other and were seen arguing for a long time. Gambhir and Kohli were seen fighting in such a way as if both were known enemies. As soon as the argument between Gambhir and Kohli escalated, the players of both the teams separated from each other.   Talk between KL Rahul and Kohli After the clash between Gambhir and Kohli, KL Rahul was seen talking to King Kohli for a long time. Kohli was also seen explaining his point to Rahul.   The owner of Lucknow talked to Kohli The owner of the Lucknow team was also seen talking to King Kohli regarding this issue. Both were seen talking to each other for a long time.  BCCI reprimanded and imposed fine BCCI reprimanded Kohli, Gambhir and Naveen Ul and also fined all the three players. While Kohli and Gambhir were fined 100 per cent of their match fees, Naveen-ul-Haq was fined 50 per cent.        The Appeal Committee of the Egyptian Federation issues its decision regarding the Kahraba and Zamalek crisis  The Egyptian Football Association announced the decisions of the Appeal Committee (Grievances), headed by Adel Al-Shorbagy, regarding the grievances submitted by Al-Ahly and its player, Mahmoud Abdel Moneim “Kahraba” and Zamalek, and its president.  As well as discussing urgent lawsuit No. 48268 before the administrative judiciary challenging the appointment of the Disciplinary, Values ​​and Ethics Committee and the decisions issued by it.  The Appeal Committee decided to stop considering the grievances submitted by Al-Ahly, Kahraba, Zamalek, and its president regarding the penalties of the Disciplinary Committee until May 14, until the administrative judiciary decided the case by appealing against the appointment of the Disciplinary Committee.  The Disciplinary Committee of the Egyptian Football Association had taken deterrent decisions against Al-Ahly club and its attacker, Mahmoud Kahraba, in addition to depriving Zamalek President Mortada Mansour from entering the stadiums for a period of two months.  And the Disciplinary Committee decided, after examining the complaint submitted by Al-Ahly Club against the President of Zamalek Club, for insulting the player Mahmoud Kahraba, as well as the complaint of the President of Zamalek Club against Kahraba, for insulting the Zamalek fans, as follows:  The president of Zamalek Club was fined 300,000 pounds, to be paid within a month.  Depriving the president of Zamalek Club of entering stadiums for a period of two months in competitions in which Zamalek Club participates.  The president of Zamalek Club warned, in an official letter, against returning to such behavior, and reminded him of the disciplinary rules.  The committee also decided to punish Al-Ahly club player Mahmoud Kahraba with the following penalties:  Suspension for 12 matches in competitions organized by the Football Association or the Association of Clubs.  A fine of one million pounds to be paid within a month.  Warning Al-Ahly Club against the fans’ repeated use of phrases or signs that violate sports values, morals, and rules.  Al-Ahly club fined 200,000 pounds, to be paid within a month.          The arrest of a fan who carried an electric saw in violent incidents in the Taraji and JS Kabylie match  The official spokesman for the Court of First Instance in Ben Arous, Omar Hanin, said that the deadlines for holding 66 defendants were extended in connection with the events that took place in the Tunisian Esperance match against its guest, JS Kabylie.  Riots from Esperance fans delayed the start of the second half of the Tunisian team's match against its guest JS Kabylie, which was held the day before yesterday, Saturday, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the African Champions League.  During the break between the two halves, clashes occurred between the Esperance fans and the security forces, and the fans threw fireworks towards the field, which prompted the referee to delay the start of the second half in order to preserve the lives of the players.  Judge Omar Henein said in a statement to the Tunis Afrique News Agency, on Monday, that the Sub-Department for Criminal Cases in Gorjani has been entrusted with research into the circumstances of the riots and violence that took place in the Rades stadium, in order to charge charges of forming a criminal consortium to assault property and people and set fire, indicating in the same regard. 6 reports were registered related to carrying a white weapon without a license, fraudulent entry cards to the stadium, and possession of a narcotic substance.  The official spokesman for the Court of First Instance in Ben Arous revealed that the suspect was also arrested in carrying the electric saw that was used after the warehouse belonging to the National Sports District Administration at the Hammadi Al-Aqrabi stadium in Brades was taken out and part of the equipment stored inside was taken out, including an electric saw machine and a large rubber wheel. belonging to a tractor, which was later set on fire at one of the stadium's entrances.  It is noteworthy that Esperance clinched the qualifying card for the semi-finals of the African Champions League, despite a 1-1 draw against JS Kabylie, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the tournament.  Esperance took advantage of its victory away from home last week in Algeria (1-0), to set a date with Al-Ahly of Egypt in the semi-finals.

The Appeal Committee of the Egyptian Federation issues its decision regarding the Kahraba and Zamalek crisis

The Egyptian Football Association announced the decisions of the Appeal Committee (Grievances), headed by Adel Al-Shorbagy, regarding the grievances submitted by Al-Ahly and its player, Mahmoud Abdel Moneim “Kahraba” and Zamalek, and its president.

As well as discussing urgent lawsuit No. 48268 before the administrative judiciary challenging the appointment of the Disciplinary, Values ​​and Ethics Committee and the decisions issued by it.

The Appeal Committee decided to stop considering the grievances submitted by Al-Ahly, Kahraba, Zamalek, and its president regarding the penalties of the Disciplinary Committee until May 14, until the administrative judiciary decided the case by appealing against the appointment of the Disciplinary Committee.

The Disciplinary Committee of the Egyptian Football Association had taken deterrent decisions against Al-Ahly club and its attacker, Mahmoud Kahraba, in addition to depriving Zamalek President Mortada Mansour from entering the stadiums for a period of two months.

And the Disciplinary Committee decided, after examining the complaint submitted by Al-Ahly Club against the President of Zamalek Club, for insulting the player Mahmoud Kahraba, as well as the complaint of the President of Zamalek Club against Kahraba, for insulting the Zamalek fans, as follows:

The president of Zamalek Club was fined 300,000 pounds, to be paid within a month.

Depriving the president of Zamalek Club of entering stadiums for a period of two months in competitions in which Zamalek Club participates.

The president of Zamalek Club warned, in an official letter, against returning to such behavior, and reminded him of the disciplinary rules.

The committee also decided to punish Al-Ahly club player Mahmoud Kahraba with the following penalties:

Suspension for 12 matches in competitions organized by the Football Association or the Association of Clubs.

A fine of one million pounds to be paid within a month.

Warning Al-Ahly Club against the fans’ repeated use of phrases or signs that violate sports values, morals, and rules.

Al-Ahly club fined 200,000 pounds, to be paid within a month.



The arrest of a fan who carried an electric saw in violent incidents in the Taraji and JS Kabylie match

The official spokesman for the Court of First Instance in Ben Arous, Omar Hanin, said that the deadlines for holding 66 defendants were extended in connection with the events that took place in the Tunisian Esperance match against its guest, JS Kabylie.

Riots from Esperance fans delayed the start of the second half of the Tunisian team's match against its guest JS Kabylie, which was held the day before yesterday, Saturday, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the African Champions League.

During the break between the two halves, clashes occurred between the Esperance fans and the security forces, and the fans threw fireworks towards the field, which prompted the referee to delay the start of the second half in order to preserve the lives of the players.

Judge Omar Henein said in a statement to the Tunis Afrique News Agency, on Monday, that the Sub-Department for Criminal Cases in Gorjani has been entrusted with research into the circumstances of the riots and violence that took place in the Rades stadium, in order to charge charges of forming a criminal consortium to assault property and people and set fire, indicating in the same regard. 6 reports were registered related to carrying a white weapon without a license, fraudulent entry cards to the stadium, and possession of a narcotic substance.

The official spokesman for the Court of First Instance in Ben Arous revealed that the suspect was also arrested in carrying the electric saw that was used after the warehouse belonging to the National Sports District Administration at the Hammadi Al-Aqrabi stadium in Brades was taken out and part of the equipment stored inside was taken out, including an electric saw machine and a large rubber wheel. belonging to a tractor, which was later set on fire at one of the stadium's entrances.

It is noteworthy that Esperance clinched the qualifying card for the semi-finals of the African Champions League, despite a 1-1 draw against JS Kabylie, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the tournament.

Esperance took advantage of its victory away from home last week in Algeria (1-0), to set a date with Al-Ahly of Egypt in the semi-finals.
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