New Delhi: After Team India’s 8-wicket defeat in the first Test Match played in Adelaide against Australia (Australia), there are constant questions about the Indian team, but the paternity of captain Virat Kohli fatherhood has put ghee on the fire in this case. Other former Sunil Gavaskar cricketers at the Indian team criticize Kohli’s decision. Let us know that regular Captain Virat Kohli has returned to India for the birth of his first child.
After leaving the four-game test series between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) in the middle, former Indian cricketer Dilip Doshi tightened up on captain Virat Kohli. Dilip Doshi believes that when you play for the country national duty comes first and the rest works later. This is Dilip Doshi’s personal opinion, but he has directly targeted Virat Kohli.
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According to Dilip Doshi, Virat Kohli should not have gone to India, because national duty comes first. Dilip Doshi said that if he had replaced Virat Kohli he would undoubtedly have supported his team. Dilip Doshi said of BCCI that the Board has no pressure on Indian captain Virat Kohli’s decision as he cannot force his players to stay with the team on such an important occasion. .
Dilip Doshi said in an interview: “Times have changed now and today, if a player becomes a father, he stays with his family. But, when you are in national service, it is your job to stay with the team during difficult times. If I see myself in the place of Virat Kohli, then I do not go. National duty comes first for me.
Doshi said: “For me, being captain of India would have been the most important thing. When the team loses it is very important to stay with your players through difficult times. I want the Indian team to perform well. Virat is an excellent player. His being at the fold gives confidence to others. Let us know that the second match of the four-game Test Series between India and Australia will be played in Melbourne starting December 26th. Australia leads 1-0 in the series.