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In 4 months, captaincy of 4 teams went from Virat Kohli, know the whole story in a sequential manner

Virat Kohli was captaining Team India since 2014 but today his captaincy journey came to an end.

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Virat Kohli stepped down as the captain of India’s Test team on Saturday. He gave information about this by issuing a statement. Team India recently had to face defeat in the three-match Test series at the hands of South Africa. It was only after this defeat that Kohli decided to leave the captaincy of Team India. Now he is not the captain of Team India in any format. In just three months, Kohli left the captaincy of three teams. (AFP Photo)

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Kohli was the captain of the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore since 2013, but in the season between IPL-2021, he decided to leave the captaincy of this team.  He could not get a single title for RCB under his captaincy.  On October 11, Kohli played his last match as RCB captain.  (Pic Credit IPL)

Kohli was the captain of the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore since 2013, but in the season between IPL-2021, he decided to leave the captaincy of this team. He could not get a single title for RCB under his captaincy. On October 11, Kohli played his last match as RCB captain. (Pic Credit IPL)

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Kohli had already told before the ICC T20 World Cup played in October-November that he would leave the captaincy of the team after this shortest format of the game.  His attempt was to get the team to the World Cup under his captaincy, but he was not successful in this and the team could not even go to the semi-finals.  In November, Kohli played his last match as the captain of the T20 team.  The end of the captaincy of the team for the second consecutive team in two months.  (AFP Photo)

Kohli had already told before the ICC T20 World Cup played in October-November that he would leave the captaincy of the team after this shortest format of the game. His attempt was to get the team to the World Cup under his captaincy, but he was not successful in this and the team could not even go to the semi-finals. In November, Kohli played his last match as the captain of the T20 team. End of captaincy of the team for the second consecutive team in two months. (AFP Photo)

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After this Rohit Sharma was made the captain of the T20 team.  In December, the BCCI also announced that Virat Kohli would no longer be the captain of the ODI team and this responsibility also came to Rohit's head.  After November, the captaincy of another team went from Kohli in the next month itself.  Kohli lost the captaincy of the third team in three months (AFP Photo)

After this, Rohit Sharma was made the captain of the T20 team. In December, the BCCI also announced that Virat Kohli would no longer be the captain of the ODI team and this responsibility also came to Rohit’s head. After November, the captaincy of another team went from Kohli in the next month itself. Kohli lost the captaincy of the third team in three months (AFP Photo)

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The year 2022 came and India had a chance to win the Test series in South Africa.  Virat Kohli was now only the captain of the Test but he could not win this series for India under his captaincy.  On Saturday, he decided to leave the captaincy of the Test team, that is, for the fourth consecutive month, Kohli was deposed as the captain of the fourth team.  (AFP Photo)

The year 2022 came and India had a chance to win the Test series in South Africa. Virat Kohli was now only the captain of the Test but he could not win this series for India under his captaincy. On Saturday, he decided to leave the captaincy of the Test team, that is, for the fourth consecutive month, Kohli was deposed as the captain of the fourth team. (AFP Photo)

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