“Depends on what my….” Ravi Shastri Made A Shocking Disclosure Regarding Virat-Sourav Dispute

The dispute between Sourav Ganguly and Virat Kohli, two former captains of the Indian cricket team, came to the fore during the IPL. Delhi Capitals director Ganguly and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper Kohli did not shake hands after the match between the two teams. Its video went viral on social media. Now former Team India coach Ravi Shastri has given his opinion on this controversy.

On ESPNcricinfo’s show, Shastri was asked, “You have player X and player Y. Player X is a great Indian player, former captain and legend. Player Y is also a great Indian player and former captain. He is still playing. X is now the director of a team, and Y is batting brilliantly for another team. X and Y feel that something has happened, and they do not like each other anymore. After the match, both teams shake hands. Either X or Y tried to avoid shaking hands. Both did not want to talk to each other. Will you talk to X and Y? Would you give them some advice?”

Shastri answered this question asked like a riddle. He said, “Depends on what my relationship is. If I didn’t want to talk at all, I would just let it go, but at the end of it, when you go and sit down, you realize that there’s always room to move on, no matter how old you are.”

After removing Kohli from the ODI and T20 captaincy in 2021, Sourav Ganguly, who was then the president of the BCCI, said in a conversation with a media house that We was talked to Kohli before taking over the ODI captaincy and after his consent, this decision was taken.

Ganguly had said that the BCCI had asked Virat not to relinquish the T20 captaincy, but Virat did not agree and resigned. At the same time, the selectors did not like the decision to have two different captains in limited-overs cricket. Only after this was Rohit made the ODI captain.

After this, Virat said that he was told by the BCCI officials 90 minutes ago that Rohit would now be the captain of the ODI team in his place. Earlier, the BCCI had not held any talks with him.

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