New Delhi: The feud between Virat Kohli and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly is well-known. Virat also relinquished his leadership of Test cricket after the defeat in South Africa. Now Virat does not have the leadership of any Indian team. This is the first time Ganguly has reacted to Virat’s resignation as captain.
What if there was an argument …
Virat had decided to leave the leadership of the Twenty20 team after the World Cup. He was later removed from the captaincy of the Indian ODI team. This time, Ganguly felt that Virat should not relinquish the captaincy, and he said in an interview that he had told Kohli so. But then the Indian team left for a tour of South Africa. Then there was a press conference of Kohli. At the press conference, Kohli said that Ganguly did not say that he would never relinquish his captaincy. So in all these cases, I did not know who was telling the truth and who was lying. At the same time, it was clear that there was a dispute between Virat and Ganguly. But now that Virat has left the captaincy for the last time, Ganguly has given his reaction.
Ganguly has given an interview to PTI. In this interview, Ganguly has reacted to Virat’s resignation as captain. In this regard, Ganguly said, “There are certain criteria as to who should be the captain. Those criteria should be followed by all. After this, whoever fulfills these criteria will be the next Test captain of India. The selection committee will discuss the matter and inform the BCCI of the appropriate decision. If they need to, they can also discuss with the BCCI officials. But in the next few days, everyone will know who will be India’s new Test captain. “It simply came to our notice then.