Virat Kohli quits Test captaincy, wrote emotional note

Virat Kohli has also decided to quit the Captaincy of the Test team last Saturday after losing the Test series to South Africa. In fact, Virat Kohli has written an emotional post on Twitter to his fans. The three-Test series between India and South Africa ended last Friday and India lost the series 2-1. Skipper Virat Kohli was the captain in two matches and KL Rahul captained in one match.

Let me tell you that he has already given up the captaincy of the T20 and ODI sections. In fact, before the T20 World Cup 2021, he had decided to quit the T20 captaincy and the selectors had selected limited-overs captain Rohit Sharma before the ODI series against South Africa. Virat only had the captaincy of the Test team and has now completely withdrawn from the responsibility of captaincy. In the IPL too, he will no longer be seen captaining Royal Challengers Bangalore, RCB. Let me tell you all that Virat Kohli wrote a long note last Saturday leaving the Test captaincy.

In his message, he wrote, "For the last seven years, there has been constant hard work and effort to make the team in the right direction every day. I did my job with all sincerity and left no stone unturned. Everything has to stop at some point and it is the right time for me to give up India's Test captaincy.'' Let us also tell you that Virat Kohli has captained the Indian Test team in 68 Tests so far. India has won 40 matches while losing 17 matches.

In fact, Virat Kohli started leading the Indian Test team in 2014. Virat Kohli had announced to quit his t20 captaincy through social media on September 16. Yes and he quit the captaincy after the World Cup. He was then replaced by Rohit Sharma as the new captain.

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