Virat Kohli clarified: The former captain of the Indian white ball once again ruled out the relationship that is said to be fractured between him and Rohit Sharma.
India Test captain Virat Kohli has admitted that the entire team will be without almighty opponent Ravindra Jadeja during the upcoming tour of South Africa. Jadeja, 33 years old, has been right forearm injury miss Second Test just finished with New Zealand in Mumbai.
“We all know [Ravindra] The quality of Jadeja and he will be missed. But we have enough bench power. Kohli told reporters during a virtual press conference from Mumbai.
Premier League player Jayant Yadav, who could also feature with the cane, replaced Jadeja at Wankhede Stadium earlier this month. The 31-year-old was subsequently named the second spinning bowling pick after Ravichandran Ashwin on India’s 18-member Test team for the three-match Test series in South Africa.
Readers must note that Jadeja played ahead of Ashwin as the only spinning bowling pick in four Test matches in the UK earlier this year.
Virat Kohli clears the air around the rift with Rohit Sharma
The past week in Indian cricket has seen a flurry of different reports claiming conflicting speculations about Kohli being fired as ODI captain, Rohit Sharma’s promotion as ODI captain, Kohli being fired alleged absence from the upcoming ODI series in South Africa and Sharma’s hamstring injury.
Kohli who brings out the side of the story around Removal of ODI outside confirmed his availability for the ODI . series, but again ruled out once again allegedly having a rift between him and Sharma.
“Mere aur Rohit [Sharma] ke beech mein kuch nahin hai. Mai 2.5 saal se yeh hi bol raha hoon. Mai thak chuka hu bol-bol ke. Mere aur Rohit ke beech koi problem nahi hai [There’s nothing between myself and Rohit. I’ve been clarifying for the last two and a half years or so. I’m really tired. There’s no problem between us],” Kohli added.
Sourav Ganguly was the victim of BCCI mishandling his affairs with Greg Chappell. Oddly enough, his own handling of Virat Kohli was lousy. According to reports, it is disappointing that Dada allows politics to create the Rohit Sharma-Kohli rift.
– Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) December 15, 2021
Virat Kohli on Rohit Sharma
Kohli, who will play as a hitter on the white team after more than half a decade, was commendable for Sharma’s leadership skills and expressed his “absolute support” in any vision. whatever Sharma and head coach Rahul Dravid set out for the team.
“My responsibility is obviously to push the team in the right direction. Something that I’ve always wanted to do; even before I became captain. That mindset has never changed and never will.
“Rohit is a very capable captain and very tactically sharp. We have seen that in IPL as well as in India. Rahul [Dravid] bhai is a very balanced trainer. Great manager. Both will have my absolute backing and my contribution is whatever vision they have for the team,” Kohli mentioned.
https://thesportsrush.com/cricket-news-mere-aur-rohit-ke-beech-koi-problem-nahin-hai-virat-kohli-clears-the-air-around-rift-with-rohit-sharma/ “Mere aur Rohit ke beech koi problem nahin hai”: Virat Kohli clears the air around the rift with Rohit Sharma