The test team captain and senior player of the Indian team, Virat Kohli, has addressed the media for the first time after being removed from the ODI captaincy.
Before leaving for the South African tour, Virat made many shocking statements about BCCI and the selectors, which directly raise questions about the statements of the director of the board, Sourav Ganguly.
The India team will tour South Africa under the leadership of Virat Kohli. However, Kohli will only be the captain of the test team.
Virat Kohli is ready for the ODI series
Indian Team is on a tour of South Africa under the leadership of Captain Kohli, he is now the sole captain of the Test format.
In this tour, the India team will play 3 tests and 3 ODI against Africa in this tour, the test series will start from December 26th.
When the Indian team is going to play this series before, this Kohli has made many shocking revelations.
There is a rumor where the news is spreading that says that Kohli is trying to part with the One-day series.
Now, in a statement, Virat Kohli has made it clear that he is ready to play ODIs in South Africa.
'I was and am always available for selection, I I have never asked BCCI for a break. I am available for the ODI series in South Africa and always have been. You should not ask me such questions, you should ask these questions of those who write such news and sources. All these people who write such news are not trustworthy. I was always available to play ODI.
Virat Kohli made many shocking statements against Sourav Ganguly
Virat Kohli says the news about him is wrong.
When the team was selected, the Selectors informed them of his dismissal as captain of the ODI format.
After which nothing happened. Addressing the press conference, Virat Kohli made this clear when he left the T20 captaincy.
He had told the BCCI that he wanted to be captain in ODI and Tests, but the selectors later decided in their own way.
“On December 8, the selectors and we sat down to select the test team. When the selectors chose the team, I said that I want to go with this team. After this, five selectors told us that we are making Rohit Sharma the captain of the ODI team. I said when this is the decision of the five of you, then it's okay. "
Considering all these statements, one thing is clear: nothing is going right.
There are internal disputes in the team of India