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Reaction came from Australia, Ponting said – I was surprised…

New Delhi | Virat Kohli Captaincy Australia: Ricky Ponting, one of the most successful captain and players of the Australian team, often makes statements by Indian cricketers. Even during the IPL, he spends a lot of time in India, due to which many new players are able to interact with him. This is the reason why Ricky Ponting’s statements are given a lot of place in India. Ricky Ponting’s statement has come after leaving the captaincy of Virat Kohli. He has said that he was shocked and surprised by Virat leaving the captaincy of the Test team. However, Ponting said that I think Kohli wants him to improve his performance and make some new records which then last for a long time. That’s probably why he made this decision.

Kohli’s leadership praised

Virat Kohli Captaincy Australia: Ricky Ponting praised the leadership of former Indian team captain Virat Kohli. He said that there is no doubt that he is a Supreme Leader. Ponting said that Virat’s attacking attitude was his biggest strength as it energized the entire team. Ponting said that Virat will remain the captain even if he is not the captain because he does not have the courage to say no to anyone for anything. He has made his own work through his game.

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Rohit should become test captain

Virat Kohli Captaincy Australia: Ricky Ponting said that after leaving the captaincy of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma should also get the captaincy of Test. He said that Rohit Sharma has proved many times that he has leadership ability more than others. The history of IPL or tells that Rohit Sharma is not one of the quick to lay down arms. In such a situation, there is no point in taking chances on a new player.

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Rushabh Kothari

Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.

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