Virat Kohli confessed his mistakes, gave clarification on captaincy, said – I have no shame in accepting that ..


Virat Kohli left the captaincy of the Test team in the year 2022.
Rohit Sharma was handed over the captaincy in all the three formats after Virat.

New Delhi. Virat Kohli is considered one of the greatest batsers in the world. After record-breaking innings everyone has become his admirer. Then whether it is about IPL or playing for the country. But Virat has faced many ups and downs in his cricket career. In which the incident of leaving the captaincy of Team India must have been one of the worst incidents of his career. Now in the midst of IPL, Virat Kohli’s pain has once again spilled over the captaincy.

Team India did not win any ICC trophy under the captaincy of Virat Kohli. After which Kohli had to face investigation as captain. However, Kohli also achieved many great achievements as a captain. One of them was to beat Australia in their own home in the Test series. Kohli also captained in the T20 World Cup 2021, during which the performance of the Indian team looked very poor. It was decided to remove Virat from the captaincy in ODI format. After that, the run machine also resigned from the captaincy of the Test team after the tour of South Africa in early 2022. Now Virat Kohli has accepted the mistakes made during the captaincy.

I made many mistakes when I was the captain – Virat Kohli

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Virat said in an episode of Puma’s sports documentary series, ‘100 percent, I am not ashamed to admit that I made many mistakes when I was the captain. But I never thought of myself. I didn’t want selfishness which I can guarantee. I never did anything for myself, but my target was to take the team forward. I can fully accept whether I have taken the right decisions or not. I can say like you make mistakes when you get out it is a failure. There were setbacks but my intention was not wrong. You will make mistakes until you are in the right place. But when you learn from him, you will start shining.

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