Adelaide: Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar on Thursday disapproved of Virat Kohli swearing at the Australian players after scoring a century in the final Test at Adelaide, terming it as "school kid" temperament.
Kohli had a wild celebration after reaching his century using some choicest of words against the Australian players, which Gavaskar said was unnecessary.
"Not just Virat, some other Indian players also. Instead of smiling after taking a wicket they were snarling. They were taking out something on somebody. If somebody taunted you on the field show it by scoring runs or taking wickets," Gavaskar said.