‘Virat Kohli has.nete clear’ – Nayan Mongia on white ball captaincy controversy

Kohli’s press convention has stirred plenty of controversies.

Virat Kohli. (Photograph by AAMIR QURESHI/AFP through Getty Photos)

Virat Kohli’s sensational claims within the press convention on December 15 have raised a number of questions on BCCI’s choice to take away him from the captaincy place. Earlier, BCCI President Saurav Ganguly had talked about that the board requested him to not step down from the T20I captaincy place.

Former Indian wicketkeeper Nayan Mongia has given his response to this controversy surrounding Indian cricket. In the course of the press convention, Kohli spoke of getting no.netmunication from BCCI’s finish over ODI captaincy.

“There was no offense, no hesitation, and never for as soon as was I advised that ‘you shouldn’t go away T20 captaincy’,” Kohli talked about through the press convention.

“It’s between Virat and the (BCCI) president,” Mongia mentioned as quoted by FreeCricket.

Mongia additional added that Kohli had answered all of the queries that he might, and now the ball is in BCCI’s court docket. He expects the board to clear all of the air and finish this controversy.

“Virat has.nete clear and overtly mentioned all the pieces,” Mongia added on this captaincy saga.

BCCI known as Kohli’s transfer a progressive step

When Kohli stepped down as India’s T20I captain, the BCCI termed it a progressive step. Kohli talked about the identical in his presser and added that he all the time wished to proceed as a skipper in Exams and ODIs.

“Quite the opposite, the BCCI known as it a progressive step and in the suitable path. At the moment I had.netmunicated that sure, I want to proceed in Exams and ODIs until office-bearers and selectors suppose that I shouldn’t keep on with this accountability,” Kohli added.

In an interview, Ganguly had mentioned that he didn’t need Kohli to depart the captaincy of the Indian T20I group.

“Really, the BCCI had requested Virat to not step down because the T20I skipper however clearly, he didn’t agree. And the selectors then didn’t really feel it proper to have two completely different captains for 2 white-ball codecs,” Ganguly talked about.

Whereas saying the ODI squad for the South Africa tour, BCCI named Rohit Sharma the group’s captain instead of Kohli. Regardless of Kohli mentioning that he wished to stay the captain of the ODI squad.

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