BCCI tells Kohli selfish, found a way to reconcile with Rohit

New Delhi: Everything has not been going well between Team India Test captain Virat Kohli and ODI/T20 captain Rohit Sharma for a long time now. According to media reports, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has now accepted the ongoing rift between Virat and Rohit. According to the report, the board has blamed Kohli for the controversy but has also found a way to reconcile. A BCCI official said, "Kohli's removal from the captaincy of ODI was for the good of the team, but his response was selfish. They should not become selfish. '

In an interview to a sports website, BCCI official said, "Kohli has contributed a lot to Team India. He has always put the team first, but what is happening now is unfortunate. The board will sit together the two captains after the tour of South Africa and then the road ahead will be decided. BCCI official also said, "Kohli has not taken the decision to remove him from the captaincy lightly. He has withdrawn from the ODI series to be played on the tour of South Africa. Kohli has given family reasons behind it but no one can be so naïve. What is happening is totally unacceptable. '

Mentions that Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the Test series against South Africa due to injury. Kohli has taken a break during the ODI series. According to media reports, Kohli has decided to spend time with his family on his daughter's birthday. Virat's daughter Wamika's birthday is on January 11 and the third Test between India and South Africa will be underway at the moment.

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