Despite Virat Kohli stepping down as captain, negotiations on his captaincy are still ongoing.
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Despite Virat Kohli stepping down as captain, negotiations on his captaincy are still ongoing. He is being compared to other captains. Former Australia cricketer Ian Chappell describes where England captain Joe Root is compared to Virat. Virat Kohli has been hailed as the extraordinary captain who took the Indian team to the next level. But at the same time, England’s Joe Root was described as a good batsman, but a weak captain. Virat Kohli stepped down as Test captain following India’s defeat in the Test series against South Africa.
Ian Chappell said the captaincy difference between Kohli and Root. “This is the story of two cricket captains. Kohli’s exception as captain is no doubt charming. He did not diminish his enthusiasm. However he was able to take the Indian team to the next level. With the help of a good teammate in the form of vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane, he led India to victory overseas. ” Said. Speaking about Root, Chappell said, “Although he has led his country in more matches than any other captain, Joe Root has failed in his captaincy. Root is a good batsman but a weak captain, ”he explained.
“The move by Kohli to carry on the legacy of two successful Indian captains, Sourav Ganguly and Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is commendable,” said the former Australian cricketer. In seven years, Kohli has carried forward the legacy of Sourav Ganguly and Dhoni. Although he did not captain the team in the second Test in Cape Town, his biggest disappointment as captain was his recent loss to South Africa, who had a 1-0 lead. ” Said
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