Own report: The BCCI wants to shut the mouth of Virat Kohli so that the controversy does not escalate! This time, Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma sat down and made such an explosive comment.
He blew himself up at a press conference before flying to South Africa. However, Kohli has not been in front of the journalists since he set foot in that country. It is rumored that the BCCI vs Kohli controversy is escalating or the Test captain is avoiding journalists from now on. Chief selector Chetan Sharma entered the debate on the last day of the year. What Chetan said while standing next to BCCI President Sourav Ganguly proves that Kohli made a wrong comment. However, when Team India head coach Rahul Dravid was asked about this, he gave a very interesting answer.
However, Prince Sharma claimed, “I do not understand the reason for Kohli not attending the press conference. I think the BCCI has issued new rules on who will attend the press conference. Or the media manager may be given extra powers to be sent to the press conference.” To fix that. ” He added: “Why has the Indian captain not been seen speaking to the media before and after the last two Tests? There must be some reason for this.
Asked if the team management wanted to hide Kohli, Rajkumar said, “If that was the case, KL Rahul would have been seen even before the second match. But he was not seen. It may have been decided that the coach would speak instead of the captain. There is nothing wrong with that. But the media manager can’t make such a big decision on his own. The captain used to come, but he’s not coming now. It’s a little surprising. ”
Kohli avoided the press conference before the first Test at Centurion. Even though the Proteas beat the Proteas by 113 runs in the first Test of the series, the team management sent co-captain KL Rahul to the press. Shortly before the start of the second Test, it was announced that he would not play for back pain. As a result, there was no question of answering the questions of his journalists in that test.
However, in the last few years, no such picture has been seen under Kohli’s captaincy. Kohli used to approach the journalists whenever he won Tests at home and abroad. Even after losing Tests or limited overs series abroad, Kohli used to stand in front of everyone and digest difficult questions. Under his captaincy, he did not miss the press conference after losing one of the three matches of the ICC tournament. However, this time the captain of the Test team is cleverly avoiding the journalists. It is becoming clear that the captain of the Test team is under a lot of pressure.