Virat Kohli suddenly left the captaincy of the Test, the cricket world was also shocked, reacted like this

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Virat Kohli Steps Down As India Test Captain Is.

Virat Kohli Steps Down As India Test Captain Is. Kohli was made the captain of the Indian Test team in 2014 when Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) stepped down as captain in the middle of the series against Australia. The captaincy of the ODI team was taken away from him. As soon as Kohli announced this on social media, fans and former cricket legends started reacting to it.

Such was the journey of ‘King’ Kohli as captain in the Test, got a historic victory abroad

Former India legend Virendra Sehwag reacted on the Ku app and wrote, ‘Many congratulations to #ViratKohli for a wonderful career as India’s Test captain. Statistics do not lie and he was not only the most successful Indian Test captain but also one of the most successful captains in the world. One can be very proud of what you have achieved in the team and the game and I look forward to seeing you dominate for many more years with the bat.

Wasim Jaffer has also reacted to Kohli’s departure from the captaincy post on the Ku app and wrote, ‘When Virat took over as Test captain, India winning a Test overseas was an achievement, now If India loses an overseas Test series, it is a matter of concern. And that’s how he has taken Indian cricket forward, and that will be his legacy. Congratulations on the successful reign of Virat.

Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli also reacted and wrote, ‘It became normal to win overseas Tests under Kohli’s leadership, one of the greatest Test captains of all time. Respect and #ThankyouKingKohli.’

Virat Kohli also left Test captaincy, wrote his heart on social media

Let us tell you that under the captaincy of Kohli, the Indian team reached the top of the Test rankings and was runner-up in the World Test Championship. He was the third most successful Test captain in terms of wins, having captained more than 20 Tests. Steve Waugh won 41 out of 57 Tests while Ricky Ponting won 48 out of 77 Tests. Under Kohli’s captaincy, India won 40 out of 68 Tests.


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