Virat Kohli’s firing as ODI skipper has overwhelmed the cricket world. The 33-year-old, who ventured down as India’s T20I captain post the T20 World Cup 2021 last month, expressed that he would keep driving the group in the other two organizations. In any case, BCCI gave over the whole charge of white-ball cricket to Rohit Sharma as the selectors didn’t need two separate captains in ODIs and T20Is.
All the more curiously, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had guaranteed that he ‘actually mentioned’ Kohli to not stop T20I captaincy yet he disagreed. Responding to something similar in any case, Kohli suppressed the cases in the hair-raising question and answer session on Wednesday (December 15). The 33-year-old, all things being equal, expressed he came to be aware of the choice just a brief time before the choice gathering.
I was never told not to surrender T20I captaincy: Virat Kohli
“I was reached one-and-a-half hours before the choice gathering on the eighth (December) for the Test series. There was no earlier correspondence to me by any means since I reported the T20I captaincy choice until the eighth of December, where I got an assemble before the determination conference. I was never told not to surrender T20I captaincy,” Kohli asserted.
With Virat Kohli and Ganguly concocting various articulations, the cricket world has been overwhelmed. Numerous different individuals from the brotherhood have additionally introduced their perspective on the equivalent. While a few upheld the 33-year-old in the adventure, the BCCI manager likewise got support.
We should see how cricket crew responded to Virat Kohli’s touchy question and answer session:
It isn’t great to point fingers: Kapil Dev
“It isn’t great to point fingers on anyone now. The South Africa visit is coming and if it’s not too much trouble, focus on the visit. I would say the Board president is the Board president yet yes the Indian cricket crew skipper is additionally something major. However, speaking gravely about one another openly, I don’t think it is great, regardless of whether it is Sourav or Kohli,” Kapil told ABP News.
Sourav Ganguly is the best individual to reply: Sunil Gavaskar
“I think it (Kohli’s remarks) really doesn’t carry the BCCI into the image. I believe it’s the person who must be asked where he got the impression he had passed on such a message to Kohli. So that is the main thing. Indeed, he is the BCCI president and clearly he ought to be inquired as to why there is this inconsistency,” Gavaskar told India Today.
Virat Kohli certainly surprising: Virat Kohli’s youth mentor
“This is certainly surprising and this is brand new information to me too that Virat Kohli offered something like this in the public interview. What remark should I give, regarding the reason why it has occurred and why something like this ought not have occurred,” Rajkumar Sharma said on India News.
Sourav Ganguly needs to offer a response: Salman Butt
“Ganguly needs to answer this for the improvement of Indian cricket. He is the President of the BCCI and Kohli going against him out in the open is certifiably not something seemingly insignificant. This is agitation,” said Salman Butt on his YouTube channel.
This is a correspondence breakdown: Aakash Chopra
“Virat Kohli said he never requested leave, the news had come that he had requested leave even before Rohit Sharma was named the commander. I mean this is a correspondence breakdown. Who is doing this and for what reason is someone doing this?” the previous Indian opener said on his YouTube channel.