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Virat Kohli Resigns: Lessons learned by BCCI from past mistakes, immediate statement on Kohli’s resignation, you also read

Virat Kohli announced his resignation from the captaincy just a day after the defeat in the Test series against South Africa and thanked the BCCI.

The BCCI issued a statement thanking Kohli for his contribution.

Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) once again shook Indian cricket with a statement on Twitter. Indian cricket fans were recovering from the disappointment of the defeat in the Test series against South Africa that a day later, Kohli surprised everyone. Kohli also announced his resignation from the captaincy of the Test team on Saturday, 15 January. India’s most successful Test captain Kohli’s decision surprised everyone. With this, Kohli’s captaincy tenure in all three formats came to an end. After this announcement by the former Indian captain, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) This time without delay, thanked Kohli for his contribution. Board Secretary Jay Shah (Jay Shah) He also praised Kohli for preparing a fit team India.

Virat Kohli informed about his decision by issuing a long statement on his Twitter account. 10 minutes after Kohli’s announcement, BCCI retweeted Kohli’s tweet from its official Twitter handle and wrote, “BCCI congratulates Team India captain Virat Kohli for his brilliant leadership, which took the Test team to unprecedented heights. He led India in 68 Test matches and was the most successful captain with 40 wins.

Jay Shah also gave thanks

BCCI secretary Jay Shah also thanked Kohli for his contribution from a personal Twitter account. Shah wrote in his tweet, “Congratulations to Virat Kohli for a wonderful stint as Indian captain. Virat made the team a tremendously fit unit, performing well at home and abroad. The Test victories in Australia and England are very special.

BCCI learned from past mistakes

Kohli had earlier resigned from the captaincy of the T20 team on 16 September. Then the statement from BCCI took a long time to come and the board was criticized for that. The situation worsened when Kohli was removed from the ODI captaincy along with the announcement of the Test team for the South Africa tour on 8 December. At that time, while giving information about the Test team in a press release, BCCI had written in just one line that Rohit Sharma would be the new ODI and T20 captain. Then the BCCI neither made any mention of Kohli nor thanked him for his contribution as a captain. After this, the BCCI had to face tremendous criticism for this behavior on every front from social media. Then the board thanked Kohli through a tweet exactly a day later. Taking lessons from these criticisms, this time the BCCI has reacted immediately.

Also read: Virat Kohli gave a big reason for leaving the captaincy, mentioned these things, read the full statement here


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