He kept his point regarding the captaincy of Virat Kohli. (File pic)
New Delhi: Virat Kohli was the captain of the Indian team for a long time. India did not win any ICC trophy under his captaincy, but this team achieved great success in Tests. Team India became number-1 in Tests under Kohli’s captaincy. This team defeated Australia in their home Test series and created history. Although Kohli’s captaincy was criticized a lot and questions were raised on him. Now Kohli has put his point on this.
Kohli took over the captaincy of the Test team in 2014 and the ODI-T20 captaincy in 2017. Under his captaincy, India did well in Tests on foreign soil but the team did not get a single success in four ICC events. Kohli’s captaincy This was the biggest reason for the criticism.
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‘I made mistakes’
Kohli has spoken about his captaincy in Puma’s documentary series. He has accepted that he made mistakes as a captain but at the same time said that he never did anything for personal interest. Kohli said that he also guarantees that till the last day of the captaincy, he never took any decision for his own benefit. Kohli said that he had only one goal to take the team forward.
Kohli said that humans make mistakes. He said that failures will keep coming but his intentions have never been wrong. He said that humans make mistakes and learn from them.
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these things teach a lot
Kohli said that such things teach a lot in life. He said that his intentions were always right. He said that this whole journey is such that you take decisions, some of which are wrong and some are right. The former Indian captain said that you learn from all kinds of situations.