Kapil Dev expressed surprise at India captain Virat Kohli giving up his captain after the upcoming T20I captain 2021 T20 World Cup competition.
It is worth noting that Virat Kohli, the full format captain of India, will no longer be the full format captain of the Indian national cricket team. Because he has decided to resign as captain of T20 Internationals to manage his workload. However, he will continue to support the team as a batsman for the T20Is and captain of the ODI and test.
In an interview with ABP News, former Indian captain Kapil Dev (Kapil Dev) said that he never thought that Corley would resign as captain of the T20I.
“I never thought about such a thing. But now, I find it strange that the cricket player decides what to do and what not to do. I think the selector should have a say in this. I think the cricket player should be in Accept the opinions of the selector and the board of directors before making such an important decision.”
In addition, the World Cup champion captain added that there is no need to announce the news soon. He said:
“I think this is very important. There is no need to announce it so early. He is an excellent player. Even a poor performance for a season will not change him as a great cricket player and a great captain,”
Cricketers these days make their own decisions: Kapil Dev
At the same time, Kapil Dev believes that current cricket players make all the decisions themselves. In addition, he wishes Virat Kohli all the best in his career.
“If he makes this decision and talks to the chooser, then there is no problem. This is his personal decision. I really can’t say anything. Today’s cricket players make their own decisions. Just want to say’do it. Good. You have served the country so well. I wish you good luck in the rest of your career,” Kapil added.
Kapil Dev believes that everyone should respect Willard Kolly Be honest, because deciding to leave the captain in a format is a very bold move. However, Kapil was confused by the announcement made through the social media platform Twitter.
“I think we should respect honesty. He said he didn’t want to be the captain in some form, which was a big deal. Duny did just that. The only thing I find strange is that these announcements were made via tweets.
“I can’t understand this. Cricketers these days can say that I don’t want to go past a certain point or only play IPL or only play T20. They have the courage to say these things, so salute them,” India is the first to win the Cricket World Cup. Captain Kapil said.