After a big defeat in the 1st Test match against Joe Root‘s England, the Indian skipper had communicated disillusionment about the body language of players, and on 12th February Ajinkya Rahane turned out on the side of Virat Kohli’s remark. Test’s vice-captain emphasized his stand that Virat is and will keep on being his as a skipper and stated that the body language of the test players might have been a result of how Chennai’s pitch carried on the initial 2 days of the initial Test match against England.
“It isn’t generally conceivable to have a similar kind of energy on the ground. The absence of some kind of energy at times on the ground in the initial Test match was not because of the Indian skipper getting changed. He is and will keep on being my commander. You will not get any contention here”.
A week ago, after Kohli got back to lead India in the 1st Test match, Vice Captain Ajinkya Rahane had stated that he has no issues in taking the rearward sitting arrangement. Ajinkya Rahane additionally stated that he will give recommendations at whatever point Virat asks as there are numerous things going on in the Indian skipper’s brain during a game of test.
“He is the skipper. Kohli left Australia for paternity leave that is the reason I turned into the captain of the team. Initially, He is the skipper and I’m the vice-captain. So I’m truly glad that Virat is back with the squad. Which is truly great. As a squad, we are attempting to play as a unit and together just as to our qualities. My responsibility is to assume a lower priority and afterward help out Virat at whatever point required, at whatever point he asks me for specific things I will help him”.