Rajkumar Sharma, Virat Kohli‘s coach, has expressed his surprise. At his ward’s unsatisfying discharge as India’s One-Day International captain. Kohli will be replaced as India’s ODI captain by Rohit Sharma, according to the BCCI. While announcing the Test team for the upcoming South Africa tour on social media. At his press conference yesterday, the former India limited-overs captain. He found out about the decision right before the Test selection meeting. Rajkumar was asked about Chetan Sharma informing Virat Kohli of his dismissal during a conversation on India News. Only an hour and a half before the selection meeting.
“The fact that Virat Kohli stated something like this in a press conference is shocking, and it’s news to me as well. What should I say about why it happened and why anything like this should not have happened?,” Rajkumar Sharma said.
“I don’t want to say too much about this. I merely want to stress that they are the authorities, and whatever decision they make, they will do it carefully, and my opinion about this has no bearing on whether they did the right thing or not,” Rajkumar added.
Furthermore, Virat Kohli was unlikely to be allowed to continue as India’s ODI captain gave up the T20I captaincy. It would have been difficult for the Indian team. Also, to operate with two different captains in the white-ball formats. Rajkumar was surprised by Kohli and Ganguly’s contradictory statements. It is about the BCCI having requested the former not to relinquish the T20I captaincy.
“I hadn’t heard anything like this before, and I hadn’t seen Virat’s news conference either. This mistake should not have occurred. I believe there should be transparency between them, and I’m not sure why this hasn’t happened or why there was such a communication gap,” Rajkumar Sharma said.