India vs England 2021: “He Will Nonetheless Be The Captain In The Coming Years”

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Former Indian international Gagan Khoda sees no competition for Virat Kohli, who will become the Indian team’s next captain, and praised the skipper for his consistency in all three formats. Virat Kohli is one of the best batsmen in the world and one of the few who average over 50 in all three formats. His captaincy has taken India to the next level in testing despite being unable to win ICC trophies.

There has been a lot of criticism of Virat Kohli’s captaincy after beating India in the final of the Test World Cup. had lost New Zealandwhich is unfair given its numbers. He occupies a key position in the lineup and is a match winner with the bat. Kohli has gone through a difficult period in the past two years with no international centuries.

Gagan Khoda[photo: Twitter]

Gagan Khoda is confident that Kohli will do well in England

Gagan Khoda mentioned that there are currently no competitors for Kohli’s captaincy and recalled the phenomenal records that Kohli holds in all formats so far. He added that Kohli will remain captain in the future and supported the Indian skipper to get out of the difficult situation soon England Series.

“There is no other person leading the team. I think Virat did an excellent job. If you look at his records, he was phenomenal in all three formats. I don’t think Virat is going to be put under any pressure about being a captaincy. He will also be the captain in the years to come. ”

“As for his punches, he’s only human, you have to give him that much. There will be some bad patches that he will overcome. He is a very hardworking guy and I seriously have the feeling that he will do well in England, ”Gagan Khoda said in an interview.

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli (Image source: Twitter)

“Crucial series for Rahane and Pujara” – Gagan Khoda

Gagan Khoda mentioned the pressure in the international circle as soon as there were two or three bad series. He added that the experience should count and was confident that Rahana and Pujara would take the hurdle. Both players have been criticized for their inconsistent show in test cricket.

“It all happens. When you have two or three bad series you know the pressure is on the players no matter how much you’ve played. It’s a crucial, crucial series for both Rahane and Pujara, but given the experience, I think they will emerge from it. ” Gagan Khoda added.

Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara, Indians
Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara. Photo credit: Twitter

The India-England test series begins on August 4th at Trent Bridge and will be a belt for a competition between the two.