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Virat Kohli change his plans and play ODIs in South Africa

  • Dec 15, 2021
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Mumbai: India's Cricket Oversight Board (BCCI) is considering all possible ways for Virat Kohli to play three international matches (ODI) a day after a test series in South Africa next January.

It can be argued that Kori actually told the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce (BCCI) that he wanted to take a break during the ODI, but this happened before he took over as the captain of the ODI team, and the dispatch was for him. It's a big job. A clear message that "everything is going well within the Indian team".

"Sometimes it's not just doing the right thing, it's also being considered doing the right thing," says people following these events.

It's all up to Kori to prepare the team to talk to the media on Wednesday the night before leaving for South Africa. It is known that the former Whiteball captain "wanted the rest for personal reasons unrelated to the rumors that he was angry with the change of captain."

For the record, Kori repeatedly warmly talked about Sharma as a teammate, and Sharma responded to that feeling again while talking on the official BCCI website on Monday. "For the five years he (KHolI) was leading the team, he always drove head-on. He had the unmistakable courage and determination to win every game. I'm his captain. I played a lot underneath and enjoyed every moment, and I still do. "



BCCI certainly wants that friendship to be reflected in the field. This will not only bring a lot of positiveness to the setup of the new Team India but will also ease all unnecessary controversies.

When a senior BCCI executive asks if Kori agrees to change his plans and lag behind ODI, he will see what can be done here from a team perspective.

All cricket players can take a break from a busy schedule throughout the year, but BCCI also believes that Kori, who takes a break during this time, may not be able to "send the right message."
President Sourav Ganguly of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce said in an official statement on Sunday that he "discussed personally with Kori" and "the elected chairman of the board did not ask him to resign as captain of the T20. ". , He said he had not resigned from Kori yet. But I didn't share my opinion. Request a break from ODI

Kohli’s views on the matter haven’t been heard yet except the social media post that he came out with on September 16, announcing that he was stepping down as T20 captain but will continue leading the team in Tests and the ODIs.

"The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce has always said that the split captain of cricket does not allow baseball, and it is clear from Gangley's statement that Kori is informed. He himself said this, People who follow development say.

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