All is not well between Virat Kohli and BCCI

Virat Kohli has surprised not only the fans but also the cricket world by announcing that he would suddenly quit the captaincy from the T20 format. T20 World Cup He will play as captain for the last time in this format (T20 World Cup). After leaving this post, Rohit Sharma can be given its command. Meanwhile, Sandeep Patil, the former chief selector of India and a member of the World Cup winning team, has said a big thing while welcoming Kohli’s decision.

Patil welcomes decision to step down from captaincy

In fact, when the current captain was given the command of the Test format, Patil was working as the chief selector. In such a situation, when suddenly he announced to leave the captaincy of the T20 format through social media, many veterans gave their reaction on this. In such a situation, while talking to the Times of India, Sandeep Patil said that,

“I welcome this decision of Virat Kohli. Captaincy plays with your mind. It is not an easy task to captain the team and focus on your batting at the same time. Especially these days when a lot of cricket is happening. This move of his will help him 100 percent to focus more on batting.

BCCI should accept his decision

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Extending his point in this regard, Patil also mentioned about the relationship between Virat Kohli and BCCI. Patil says that

“Captain and BCCI are not getting formed these days. There seems to be a lack of communication between the captain and the BCCI. You can’t hear Kohli saying one thing and BCCI saying another.

A few days ago, the news of his leaving the captaincy was published, then BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal completely denied it. The decision to step down is entirely that of the current captain and BCCI should accept it.”

Virat left the captaincy due to increase in workload

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Let us tell you that, in his long post, Virat Kohli told the workload as the reason for leaving his captaincy. He says that he has got a lot of workload and has been playing all three formats for the last 8-9 years. Along with this, he is also handling all the three formats for 5-6 years. So they need some space for their game.

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