There does not seem to be any end to this ongoing ruckus between Virat Kohli and BCCI. While BCCI is saying that Virat Kohli had agreed to replace himself, Virat Kohli is saying that I did not agree in any way and I have been forcibly removed from the captaincy of ODI matches.
A lot of heat has spread over this and till now Sunil Gavaskar, who has been a former player of the Indian cricket team, and has been the captain, has said that if Virat Kohli withdraws from his white-ball captaincy. If they go, this withdrawal will be their best moment, because it may be that Virat Kohli will regain his old form after this.
We have seen this before that Virat was suffering from making a good score in his all format of cricket, He might regain his form after ODI captaincy Replacement, Gavaskar said.
Because of the way Virat Kohli’s performance is being seen, in the same way, Virat Kohli has been seen working very hard to score runs for some time. Various types of former players have put their views on the internet regarding Virat Kohli, and they have told that what is happening between Virat Kohli and BCCI, the information about it is also given by the chief officials of BCCI.
Among the chief executives of BCCI, Sourav Ganguly had also said that when Virat Kohli was retiring from T20 matches, the selection committee had forbidden him to do so, and also tried to stop him. But only a few days ago, Virat Kohli told that nothing like this was done to him.
Virat Kohli replied that when I was about to resign from the captaincy of T20 International matches, then I first informed the board member about it, and I also talked to the members of BCCI about it, but they took my decision. Justified and as a progressive step he took this step of mine. After which I retired from T20 International matches.
But for the time being Sunil Gavaskar has said that it would probably be good for Virat Kohli to replace him with the ODI captain because later he will be able to regain his old form.
At present, when Sourav Ganguly, who is the former player of the Indian cricket team, former captain, and at present is also the President of BCCI, there is a conflict going on in his statement and in the statement of Virat Kohli. It may be that soon Virat will see some side of this tension going on between BCCI and BCCI, but it will be difficult to say from which side Sunil Gavaskar’s statement will be seen on this.