After losing the South Africa series, Virat Kohli left the captaincy, said – I did the work with complete honesty

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After losing the series to South Africa, Virat Kohli announced to step down as the captain of Indian Test cricket. He gave this information by tweeting. Let us tell you that before the T20 World Cup, Virat Kohli had announced to leave the captaincy of the shortest format of cricket. After this he also gave up the captaincy of ODIs.

New Delhi. After losing the series to South Africa, Virat Kohli announced to step down as the captain of Indian Test cricket. He gave this information by tweeting. Let us tell you that before the T20 World Cup, Virat Kohli had announced to leave the captaincy of the shortest format of cricket. After this he also gave up the captaincy of ODIs.

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Virat Kohli said that for the last 7 years, there has been continuous hard work and every day an effort to take the team in the right direction. I did my work with utmost sincerity and left no stone unturned. Every journey has an end, this is the right time for me to end Test captaincy. There have been many ups and downs in this journey, but there has never been a lack of effort or faith.

He said that I have always tried to give my 120 percent in everything I do and if I can’t do it then I think it is not right to do it. I have complete clarity in my heart about this decision and I cannot be dishonest towards my team.

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Virat Kohli said that I thank the BCCI for giving me the opportunity to captain the country for so long. Along with this, he also thanked former coach Ravi Shastri and other players of the team. He thanked former captain Mahendra Singh at the end of his message.

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