Virat Kohli | People still call me a failed captain
People still call me a failed captain' The captain's armband has been open for a long while. What sort of captain was Virat Kohli
People still call me a failed captain'
The captain's armband has been open for a long while. What sort of captain was Virat Kohli? This conversation has been happening since leaving the captaincy. Captain Kohli probably didn't get a lot of votes in that argument. The reason isn't obscure to anyone - captain Kohli couldn't carry any ICC prize to India.
On the off chance that the ICC prize is prohibited, nonetheless, Kohli has to be called a successful captain. At least that's what the numbers say. India won 40 of the 68 matches played under his leadership in white. This is the biggest number of wins by an Indian captain in Tests.
Under the leadership of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, India won 27 out of 60 Tests played and under the leadership of Sourav Ganguly, India won 21 out of 49 Tests. Kohli is successful in numbers in white ball cricket as well. India won 65 out of 95 ODIs played under him. And 30 successes in 50 T20 matches.
Captain Kohli has impact past numbers. Under him, India began to dominate the Test rankings at home and away, remaining the main team for a considerable length of time. With him, India fostered a great pace attack.
In spite of all this, the conversation doesn't go for Kohli because of that one reason. Kohli, be that as it may, doesn't want to pass judgment on himself by the prize. He makes a decision about himself by the way of life he has created in the team, 'We were unable to win the 2021 T20 World Cup. 2017 Champions Prize Final, 2019 World Cup Semi-Finals and Test Championship Finals. Still people call me a failed captain. See, I never judge myself by prizes.'
Kohli then, at that point, added, 'What we have achieved as a team, the change in the team culture during this time, this involves pride. Any tournament happens at some point, however it requires a long investment to construct a culture. You want consistency for this. As much determination as you want to win a tournament, you want more determination than that.'
In spite of not coming out on top for the championship as captain, Kohli is a World Cup winning cricketer. This cricketer came out on top for the championship in his most memorable World Cup. Kohli also feels fortunate for that, 'As a player I have won the 2011 World Cup and 2013 Champions Prize. There are many cricketers who always lost the World Cup. I'm satisfied with what I have won. Truly, I was fortunate to be a part of the 2011 World Cup. If I want to see what turned out badly in my career, I see what went solidly in my career and I'm happy with that.'