The former captain of the Indian cricket team, Sunil Gavaskar, has spoken openly about the reasons for Virat Kohli’s resignation from the Test team captaincy.
The India team lose their test series against South Africa, after which former captain Kohli resigns as test captain.
He has also told what could be the reason for his resignation, so let us know why Virat Kohli resigned from the Test team captaincy.
Sunil Gavaskar Gives Proper Reason Behind Virat Kohli's Resignation
The entire cricket world is shocked by the sudden departure of Virat Kohli from the Test team captaincy. After leaving the captaincy of T20 and ODI.
It was speculated that Virat Kohli could captain the Test team for a long time.
Virat relinquished the test captaincy only after losing the India-South Africa test match.
Sunil Gavaskar has clearly explained the reason for Virat Kohli's sudden resignation.
According to him, it is true that Virat also gave up the captaincy because of the defeat in the series against South Africa.
Sunil Gavaskar says even more clearly that after losing series abroad as captain, it is not taken kindly by lovers of the board and cricket.
Had Virat not resigned himself, Virat could have been a guess at the Test captaincy for losing the Test series.
Virat Kohli's decision to shock many former players and Sunil Gavaskar
According to Sunil Gavaskar, the reason for Virat Kohli's resignation from the Test captaincy could be the defeat in the India-South Africa series.
He further said that he is not astonished by this move by Virat,
He only thought he would do it during the introduction ceremony but resigned from the captain's position a day later.
Under Virat Kohli's captaincy, India had won every series at home.
Not only this, in the series against Australia and England, under Virat's captaincy, India was able to win the series.