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Ravi Shastri said on captaincy controversy, this decision is right for both Rohit and Virat

For the first time, former Team India coach Ravi Shastri has broken his silence regarding the captaincy controversy. Before Ravi Shastri, Sourav Ganguly and BCCI have given their opinion. Now Ravi Shastri has spoken openly for the first time about the snatching of captaincy of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. Justifying the BCCI’s decision, Ravi Shastri said that this decision can be better for both Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. Let us tell you that the BCCI removed Virat Kohli from the captaincy of ODIs and made Rohit Sharma the new captain. Now Rohit Sharma is the captain of both T20 and ODI teams.

Decision right for both Rohit and Virat: Ravi Shastri

Speaking on the captaincy controversy, Shastri said that it may be right..This decision is nothing less than a bailing out for both as it is not easy for a man to handle all 3, this time inside the bio-bubbles due to covid And being outside isn’t easy. He added that Virat can focus on red-ball cricket and lead as long as he wants to lead in Tests. This will allow them to sit back and think on their game as they have a good 5-6 years of time left.

Also read: Who will now replace Rohit Sharma as the vice-captain of the Test team?

Kohli had denied Sourav Ganguly’s statement

Let us tell you that when Kohli spoke to the media 10 days ago about the change in captaincy, he openly denied the claims of BCCI President Sourav Ganguly that he was asked to continue as T20 captain because There cannot be two captains at the same time. Kohli had said that no one in the BCCI asked him not to give up the T20 captaincy. Even Shastri felt that the situation could have been handled better had both the sides interacted properly with each other.

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