KL Rahul has received the captaincy in his place. Suddenly, the fact that Virat Kohli does not play the second Test Match is giving rise to a lot of questions.
The Indian team is currently on tour in South Africa, where it is playing the second test match in Johannesburg. In this match, the usual Virat Kohli does not play due to injury.
It also indicates that something is wrong between Kohli and BCCI. that's why KL Rahul leads the team.
KL Rahul replaces Virat Kohli due to BCCI conflict
Let's say that in the second test match, KL Rahul is the captain instead of Virat Kohli. During the draw, KL Rahul had said that Virat had a cramp in his upper back.
In such a situation, you are under the supervision of the physiotherapist. Hopefully he'll be fine by the third test match.
However, the most surprising thing here is that Virat Kohli had also practiced with the rest of the players after Rahul Dravid's press conference but was suddenly out of the 11th game.
If Kohli had played the second match, he would have played the 100th test match of his career in the Cape Town test match, which is no longer possible.
Conflict between Virat Kohli and BCCI
As soon as Kohli was out of the second test match, the speculation market has been hot ever since.
Many people are even predicting Kohli's retirement, while some say that all is not well between him and BCCI.
In fact, Kohli is also called the king of fitness and pays close attention to his workouts.
In such a situation, the fittest player on the team suddenly begins to have back pain, nothing is digested.
Along with this, Virat Kohli also did not attend the press conference prior to the second Test match, in which the journalists also questioned head coach Rahul Dravid.
This question arises on everyone's mind: why did Virat Kohli have pain just before the match? and suddenly KL Rahul becomes team captain.
On the other hand, Rohit Sharma is suffering from injury and that is why KL Rahul is going to lead the team in ODI format against South Africa.