The Indian cricket team has been subjected to a lot of controversies lately. For the last two years or so there have been rumors that there's a spat between the captain Virat Kohli and the head coach Anil Kumble. All of it came to the bay when Anil Kumble decided to step down as the coach and in his parting statement, explicitly stated about his uncomfortable relationship with Kohli. Since then, Kohli has been subjected to a lot of criticism and he put all of that aside and now, thanks to his leadership, team India is on the verge of a historic whitewash of Sri-Lanka.
Just when we started to think that the appointment of the new head coach - Ravi Shastri would somewhat calm down the storm around the Indian Cricket Team, we got a new surprise. Virat Kohli didn't shy away from telling his opinions about a certain incident which happened during the match in which ICC got involved.
ICC over the years have been known for giving ludicrous bans and punishments but captain Kohli believes that they've crossed the line when they punished Ravindra Jadeja for something which seems innocuous.
Ravindra Jadeja has been in great form lately and team India is benefitting from it. He scored an unbeaten 70 runs and took total seven wickets in the test vs Sri-Lanka in Colombo, helping India to win the second test by an innings and 53 runs. However, if Virat Kohli wants to achieve the historic feat of whitewashing Sri-Lanka, he would have to do it without Jadeja.
Sources : wittyfeed
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