Now the Aussie cricketers are scared to slam Kohli, explosive Michael Clarke.

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Invasive body language on the cricket field is one of the hallmarks of Australian cricket, in many ways disrupting the mindset of rival cricketers. This is what has been happening in Australian cricket for a long time. In cricket terminology called sledging. But when playing with India, that is, if there is an Indian cricket team for every side, Aziz plays cricket in humble physique keeping away the sledging, to some extent, which is one of the reasons IPL. Former Australian cricketer Michael Clarke made such an explosive comment. He said Australian cricketers were scared to slam Kohli for the IPL game in India.

In an interview, former Aussie captain Michael Clarke said that no one knows how strong the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) is financially. Whether it is in the international field or at home, the IPL always asserts its power. That is why the cricket boards of other countries want to keep the Indian Cricket Board happy. Because the IPL is played under Indian cricketers every April, every year cricketers from other countries, especially Aussie cricketers, are afraid to squeeze Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma.

Also, Michael Clarke candidly said that no Australian cricketer has agreed to sledding Indian cricketers in the India vs Australia Test series because they all know we have to play IPL. On the one hand, the cricketers will never want to lose the honor of getting a million dollar income in the IPL. That is why Ajay cricketers are now afraid of sledging Indian cricketers.

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