Ravi Shastri reacted to Kohli leaving the captaincy, told the saddest day

Ravi Shastri reacted to Kohli leaving the captaincy, told the saddest day

Ravi Shastri reacted to Kohli leaving the captaincy, told the saddest day- India TV
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Ravi Shastri reacted to Kohli leaving the captaincy, told the saddest day

Cricket legends are giving their respective reactions on social media after Virat Kohli stepped down as the captain of the Test staff. Some former gamers and coaches are shocked by this determination of Virat Kohli, whereas many have congratulated Kohli for a profitable Test profession as captain. Kohli has captained Team India in 68 matches and has been profitable in profitable India 40 instances.

After Kohli’s retirement from the captaincy, BCCI wrote on Twitter, “BCCI congratulates the captain of the Indian staff, Virat Kohli, for his wonderful management qualities. He took the Test staff to unprecedented heights. He has led India in 68 matches and is the most profitable captain in the nation with 40 wins.

Board Secretary Jay Shah stated, “Congratulations to Virat Kohli on an exquisite stint as captain of the Indian staff. Virat remodeled the staff right into a match unit which carried out admirably each in India and outdoors. Winning Tests in Australia and England is particular.

Former coach of the staff Ravi Shastri wrote, “Virat, you may go along with your head held excessive. What you’ve got achieved as captain, few individuals have been in a position to do. Definitely India’s most aggressive and profitable captain. For me personally Sad day as a result of that is the staff flag of India which we’ve got made along with Virat Kohli.”

Mohammad Azharuddin, who captained the Indian staff for a very long time, wrote on Twitter, “It is at all times an honor to lead a persistently rising Indian staff and the determination to step down is an emotional second. Virat Kohli, you’ve got had a very good journey as captain.

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Former opener Virender Sehwag tweeted, “Many congratulations to Virat Kohli on an exquisite profession as India’s Test captain. Statistics do not lie and he was not solely the most profitable Indian Test captain but in addition one among the most profitable captains in the world. You will be very proud. Kohli is now wanting ahead to seeing your dominance with the bat.”

Former teammate Suresh Raina tweeted, “I’m additionally shocked by this sudden determination of Kohli, I respect his determination. I can commend him for what he has achieved for world cricket and India. He is one among the most aggressive and match gamers in India. Hope he continues to shine for India as a participant.”

Former Indian staff wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel wrote, “Virat Kohli has been the most profitable Test captain for India and he will be pleased with his achievements. Congratulations on an exquisite innings as captain.

Irfan Pathan wrote on Twitter, “Whenever it comes to Indian cricket captains in Test cricket, Kohli’s title will probably be remembered not just for the outcomes, however for his impression as captain. Thanks Virat Kohli.

Kohli’s Indian Premier League staff Royal Challengers Bangalore wrote on Twitter, “You have been an inspiring and excellent captain. Thank you for taking Indian cricket ahead. Thanks for the great reminiscences. You will at all times be our ‘Captain Kohli’.

(With PTI Inputs)

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