Indian cricket team superstar batsman Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) resigned from the Test captaincy on 15 January. As soon as he did this, there was a turmoil in Indian cricket. Because no one had any idea of this decision of Virat. After this, all the people related to the cricket world are giving their feedback on this matter. former Indian cricketer gautam gambhir (Gautam Gambhir) He keeps his point of view on every issue related to cricket. Gautam Gambhir says “Captaincy is not one’s birthright” on Virat Kohli quitting Test captaincy.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni handed over the captaincy baton to Virat Kohli – Gautam Gambhir
Currently, Gambhir is seen doing commentary on Star Sports Network. During the game plan show of Star Sports, Gautam Gambhir was questioned about Virat Kohli’s sudden abdication of Test captaincy. In response, Gambhir said that captaincy is not anyone’s birthright. Mahendra Singh Dhoni had handed over the captaincy baton to Virat, he has also played under the captaincy of Virat. He has also won three ICC trophies and four IPL trophies.
Now focus on scoring runs Virat Kohli – Gautam Gambhir
Further, Gambhir said that I think it is necessary that Virat Kohli should now focus on scoring runs. When you dream of playing for India, you don’t dream of becoming a captain. You think about winning matches for India and nothing changes, all that changes is that you don’t go for the toss and don’t do the field placement. But your energy should be the same because playing for the country is always a matter of pride.
Gambhir was furious over the stump mic controversy
Earlier, in the third test match, in the matter of Virat Kohli speaking on the stump mic, Gambhir had said that
“This is a very childish act by Virat, Virat has been captaining India for a long time. Whatever the outcome of the match, no player should behave like this. He is such an experience player, this action by him cannot be accepted. Many young people consider him as their role model, but I don’t think anyone would want to learn such a thing from him. When the umpire gave out, you were unnecessarily fuming on technology. I think Rahul Dravid will definitely talk to him about this act, because when he has also been the captain and it has never happened.
India’s most successful Test captain Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli, captaining India in 68 Test matches, has won the Indian team in 40 Test matches. India did not lose a single home series under Virat’s captaincy. Along with this, winning the Test series in Australia is the most memorable moment of Virat’s captaincy. In this sense, Virat is India’s most successful Test captain. In such a situation, everyone thought that Virat would captain India in Test cricket till he retired from cricket. But after his resignation from the Test captaincy on January 15, everyone interested in cricket has been surprised.