‘You Raised The Bar, Virat’ : AB de Villiers
CRICDOT DESK : Indian captain Virat Kohli left the test captain at a low point, especially when his team was defeated in South Africa. Kohli and his team loved to lift the trophy, but instead lost the last two test matches by a difference of 7 wickets each. By doing so, Kori became the only Indian captain to lose twice in South Africa, but the numbers show that Kori will continue to be one of the best test captains. He took over from MS Dhoni in 2014 when India was 7th, but Kori led the same team to 1st.
He led India in 68 test matches (40 wins, 17 losses, 11 draws) with a winning percentage of 58.82, a memorable victory both domestically and internationally. In addition to the initiative to train four high-speed bowlers, India has also supported SENA countries. Meanwhile, he was also appointed RCB captain, whose performance was below average. He led the team to the final only once and, like the ICC title, he always missed the IPL title. But that doesn’t undermine the legend of his red jersey. His friendship with AB de Villiers ensured that the RCB thrived at IPL. So when Kori resigned, AB first responded to the news, and he said.
“@imVkohli Well done Virat! You definitely raised the bar,” he wrote.
The sudden decision by Indian captain Virat Kohli to resign from test captain left his childhood coach “surprised”. Regarding Indian news, Rajkumar Sharma, like everyone else, said he was surprised at Kori’s decision and said he didn’t want to do too much because it was a “personal decision” by his ward. Added. A well thought out decision. “This is an amazing decision. I don’t want to comment too much because this is his personal choice and I don’t want to say why he left the captain. What he did until he took the actual photo. I can’t say much about what I’ve experienced. I can say he didn’t rush this decision. “