Friday, 12 November 2021

विराट कोहली अब टेस्ट और वनडे की भी छोड़ सकते हैं कप्तानी, रवि शास्त्री ने दिया बयान

Virat Kohli can now leave the captaincy of Test and ODI as well, Ravi Shastri's statement

Former India head coach Ravi Shastri has made a big statement regarding Virat Kohli's captaincy in Tests and ODIs. He believes that Virat Kohli can leave the captaincy in other formats after T20 International to deal with the pressure related to Code-19.

Shastri's tenure with the team came to an end with the end of India's tour in the ICC T20 World Cup being played in the UAE. Asked about Kohli's captaincy in an interview with India Today, Shastri said he could relinquish leadership responsibilities in other formats to better manage the workload.

"Under his captaincy, India has been in the top position in Test cricket for the last five years," he said. He will not want to give up until he is mentally exhausted. However, he may step down as captain in the near future to focus on batting.

"It won't happen immediately, but it can happen. The same can happen with white ball cricket (in limited overs format). They can say that now they just want to focus on Test captaincy. A lot. Successful players have left the captaincy and focused on their batting.

"He definitely has an appetite for excellence in sports. He's more fit than anyone on the team. No doubt about it. When you're physically fit, you're old enough to be in sports. This will be his decision in case of but I see that he cannot say white ball cricket but he should keep playing in red ball cricket because he has been the best messenger of Test cricket.

Shastri estimates that apart from Kohli, many other players can take a long break to cope with the bubble fatigue. He also stressed the need for different captains for different formats in Code-19. He said that it is important to have different captains in such a time as it will reduce the pressure on the player. I think a lot of players want to take a break. You will need to take a break from the game from time to time. "

No comments:

Post a Comment