Virat Kohli, who captained Indian cricket, has now decided to put an end to his career as Test captain. In fact, Virat Kohli made the announcement through social media last Saturday and his announcement made people lose their senses. Virat Kohli will now be seen playing for the Indian team as a batsman in all three formats. Now BCCI president Sourav Ganguly's reaction to Virat Kohli's resignation has surfaced. In fact, recently, Sourav Ganguly tweeted and wrote, "Under Virat's leadership, Indian cricket has progressed rapidly in all formats of the game. His decision is personal and BCCI respects it a lot. He will be an important member to take this team to new heights in the future. A great player. Great Virat. '
The rift between Virat Kohli and Sourav Ganguly has increased in recent times. Virat was removed from the ODI captaincy on December 8 and Ganguly had then said that he had advised Virat not to give up the T20 captaincy but Virat Kohli refused to continue the captaincy. Virat Kohli then held a press conference before leaving for South Africa and what Virat said at the press conference was completely different from Sourav Ganguly's statement.
In fact, Virat had said about quitting the T20 captaincy, 'When I made this decision, I informed the BCCI. The decision was taken correctly at that time. Nobody told me to be the captain of the T20. Virat Kohli is India's most successful Test captain and under Virat Kohli, India has won 40 out of 68 Test matches.