Virat Kohli has also announced his retirement from the Test captaincy. He took over from MS Dhoni midway through the 2014-15 Australian tour and led India to the top of the Test table. He also won the ICC Test mace five times. He has a proven track record as a Test player and has a close association with RCB. He has been a captain since 2008 and has led the team to its first-ever victory in Australia. This past year, he led the team to a 2-1 lead in England.
MSK Prasad has announced his retirement from Cricket Australia. In a statement, he called his decision "selfless." Kohli, 40, was the captain of Team India in the T20 World Cup and ODI series against New Zealand. He was named the ODI and T20 captain and is expected to play all three formats of cricket for India. While he will be missed by fans, his legacy will live on.
The Indian team announced that Kohli will retire from international cricket after the ICC T20 World Cup campaign in the UAE. The former skipper said he will continue representing India for at least a further six or seven years. He also told his players not to listen to rumors about his retirement. In response to these reports, he stepped down as head coach after the ICC T20 World Cup. During this time, Virat Kohli has not been playing any cricket as he has been suffering from an injury.
Kohli announced his retirement from the T20 format after the IPL 2021 season. He will continue playing the ODI and Test series, as well as being the captain of the Indian team. He was promoted to captaincy after MS Dhoni retired after the first test against Australia. The BCCI president has spoken with Kohli about the decision. In a video, he reveals his fears and lows during his chemotherapy and his fight to survive.
Kohli has a long list of reasons for his retirement. He has a chronic illness that prevents him from performing at his maximum, but he has always been an important part of the Indian cricket team. The team has won five of their last six test matches and he has won all of them. With his great talent and a great personality, it's no wonder he is a captain who commands respect.
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