The way where Virat Kohli was eliminated from the ODI captaincy position caused a commotion. Kohli was sacked from his job, which was given to Rohit Sharma. Rohit is currently the skipper of the restricted overs side of the Indian group.
Previous Indian lead trainer Ravi Shastri has now given his interpretation of this. He was there when Kohli chose to venture down from the T20I captaincy position. Shastri’s agreement reached a conclusion later the finish of the T20 World Cup 2021.
Virat Kohli had as of now let the selectors know that he might want to stay the chief of the ODI and the Test side. Be that as it may, the selectors disregarded his desire and proceeded with their choice. Shastri has referenced that this move may be a surprisingly good turn of events for both the skippers.
“It’s the correct approach. This could be a surprisingly positive turn of events for Virat and Rohit. For one person to deal with each of the three arrangements is difficult by any means in this season of living all through bio-bubbles on account of Covid.
“Virat can zero in on red-ball cricket and lead however long he needs to lead in Tests. It will permit him to pause for a minute or two and think on his game since he has a decent 5-6 years left in him,” Shastri said on Star Sports.
Virat Kohli’s words showed an absence of correspondence among him and BCCI: Ravi Shastri
Recently, Shastri had likewise said that Sourav Ganguly, BCCI’s leader, should come out to give his side of the story, later Kohli’s cases during his public interview. He additionally referenced that the two players might have settled this matter with better correspondence.
“Virat has given his side of the story, it needs the board president to give his side of the story. With great correspondence, the circumstance might have been taken care of better,” Shastri had said.
The Indian group is as of now playing the primary Test of South Africa’s visit in Centurion. The three-match Test series will be trailed by a three-match ODI series where Rohit would skipper the Indian group interestingly since being named to this position.