Former India coach Ravi Shastri has told how to end the ongoing dispute between Virat Kohli and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Before the South Africa tour, Virat Kohli’s virtual press conference had created a lot of tension between him and the BCCI. Virat told during the conference that no one had spoken to him about not giving up the captaincy of T20.
Whereas BCCI President Sourav Ganguly had said in one of his statements that, he had asked Virat not to leave the captaincy. However, then this matter was gradually getting quieter. Then the statement of Chief Selector Chetan Sharma gave a new stand to this controversy.
Chetan Chauhan’s statement warms back the atmosphere
Chetan Sharma, the chief selector of Indian cricket, said in a recent statement that Virat was informed long before the selection of the ODI team. When we had a meeting before the T20 World Cup, we were quite surprised when Kohli suddenly announced his decision to step down from the T20 captaincy. Then we asked him to rethink it.
At the same time, Virat had completely denied this thing. Now former Indian coach Ravi Shastri has expressed his opinion on this matter in a special conversation with the Indian Express. He has told how this dispute can be ended.
Sourav Ganguly needs to tell his side
Former Team India coach Ravi Shastri has told the way to end the ongoing dispute between Virat and the board during a conversation with The Indian Express. Shastri said on the Indian Express e-Adda,
This issue could have been handled better with better dialogue. It could have been better if there was a dialogue, instead of coming out in public about this. Virat Kohli has told his side of this story. Now BCCI President Sourav Ganguly should clarify on this and tell his side. The question is not who is lying? The question is what is the truth? we want to know