BCCI President Sourav Ganguly declined to speak on the white ball captain’s armband on Friday following comments from Virat Kohli on his earlier comments.
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Chairman Sourav Ganguly declined to speak on Whiteball’s captain’s armband on Friday after Virat Kohli remarks on his previous comments. “Let’s not go any further, I have nothing to say,” Sourav Ganguly told reporters.
When asked if action would be taken against Virat Kohli after the South African tour, Ganguly said: “I have nothing to say. A day after Kohli was dismissed as captain of the ODI, BCCI President Ganguly told ANI that he had actually spoken to Virat about the change in leadership and added that he asked Virat not to also relinquish the T20I captaincy.
BCCI and the breeders took it together. Indeed, BCCI had asked Virat not to resign as skipper of the T20I, but he obviously did not agree. And the recruiters did not feel good about it. having two different captains for two sizes of white balloons, ”Ganguly told ANI.
It was decided that Vira “would continue as test captain and that Rohit would take on the role of white ball captain. As president I spoke personally with Virat Kohli and the coach president also spoke to him. “, added the president of the BCCI.
However, Virat Kohli held a press conference on Wednesday and contradicted Ganguly, saying he was never asked to leave the T20I captaincy. selection match 8 for the test series, ”Kohli said in response to a question from ANI. Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com. Test Series.The first test match begins on December 26.