Ravi Shastri made a big statement after leaving the captaincy of Virat Kohli, know what he said

Ravi Shastri On Virat Kohli: Former head coach of Indian cricket team Ravi Shastri has given a big statement on Virat Kohli leaving the captaincy. Shastri says that Kohli should have been Test captain for two more years. Let us tell you that Virat Kohli suddenly announced to quit the captaincy after losing the Test series against South Africa.

Ravi Shastri said in an interview to a media house that many people will not believe that Kohli could have won 50 to 60 more Tests now. However, we must respect his decision.

The former head coach said, “Virat Kohli captained the Test team for 5 to 6 years. During this time, Team India was the number one team in the world for most of the time. No Indian captain had such a record.”

Ravi Shastri further said, “Virat Kohli could have remained the captain of the Test team for two more years, because now India has to play Test cricket at home.”

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Let us tell you that Virat Kohli captained Team India in 68 Test matches, out of which 40 matches were won. Lost in 17 matches, while 11 matches were drawn. He is the captain to win the most Test matches for India. In this matter, he has overtaken legends like Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Sourav Ganguly, Mohammad Azharuddin and Sunil Gavaskar.

Virat Kohli has also recorded the record of captaincy of Team India in most Test matches. Virat captained in 68 matches, while Mahendra Singh Dhoni captained in 60 matches.

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