Former English cricketer said- Virat Kohli can’t share captaincy with anybody

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Virat Kohli grew to become the captain of the Test crew in 2017 after Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) retired from the Test format in 2014. However, for a while, followers and critics have been demanding a separate captain in several codecs.

However, former English captain Naseer Hussain believes that this system won’t work in Team India as a result of an influential particular person like Kohli can’t share the captaincy with anybody.

"It depends on your character," Hussain stated in a podcast with Cricbuzz. Virat (Kohli) is a daring particular person and it will likely be troublesome for him at hand over the captaincy to anybody else. <! –

                 He wouldn’t wish to give something to anybody. On the opposite hand in England, we have now two equivalent characters as Eoin Morgan and Joe Root.

Indian crew administration makes errors in choice

The former cricketer says that Indian crew administration usually makes errors concerning choice as they did in opposition to New Zealand within the World Cup semi-finals final 12 months. Hussain stated, "He didn’t do properly within the choice. So, regardless of having so many nice batsmen, he couldn’t discover a good batsman for quantity 4.

Different codecs, completely different coaches

Even although Hussain believes {that a} completely different captain's coverage won’t work for Team India, however he helps this technique. He additionally supported the coverage of separate coaches for various codecs.

He stated, "Coaches have lots to do, even when they’ve completely different coaches relying on the format, they’ve a number of work to do. I'm simply supplying you with a brand new concept like Trevor Bellis is an instance. He did a superb job for England in restricted overs cricket however we have now not been in a position to carry out like that in Test matches. So it might be proper to have two completely different coaches. ''

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