Kohli steps down from the position of Test Captain

Following the shocking declaration by Indian cricketer Virat Kohli who on Saturday said he is stepping down as India Test Captain, responses began pouring in from individual cricketers and other cricket tars to honor the star batsman.

Previous Pakistani cricketer Azhar Mahmood took to his Twitter handle applauding Kohli for his endeavors.

“A remarkable journey, career and perseverance which brought us great cricket and entertainment. A brilliant inspiring player of the sport takes a bow. Well done Kohli in all your efforts and leading a team with such poise and dignity. Go well!”

“It’s been a remarkable journey King Kohli! Very few have been able to achieve what you have. Gave your all and played like a true champion each time,” previous Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh composed on Twitter.

In the interim, West Indies extraordinary Vivian Richards expressed:

“Congratulations on a stunning run as the Indian captain. You can be very proud of what you have achieved so far, and for sure, your name will be up there among the best leaders in world cricket.”

“Although I also am shocked by @imVkohli sudden decision, I respect his call. I can only applaud him for what he has done for world cricket [and] India,” former India batsman Suresh Raina said expressing his disbelief.

In the mean time, the International Cricket Council (ICC) additionally shared the news on their Twitter as well.

The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) shared a portion of Kohli’s accomplishments.

“BCCI congratulates #TeamIndia captain @imVkohli for his admirable leadership qualities that took the test team to unprecedented heights. He led India in 68 matches and has been the most successful captain with 40 wins.”

Kohli stunned the cricket world by unexpectedly leaving as the public side’s Test commander, in the wake of driving the group to vital abroad triumphs in his seven years in control.

The 33-year-old, thought about probably the best batsman of his time, took to Twitter to declare his choice daily after India’s 2-1 series rout in South Africa.

“It’s been seven years of hard work, toil and relentless perseverance everyday to take the team in the right direction. I have done the job with absolute honesty and left nothing out there,” Kohli said in his statement.

“Everything has come to a halt at some stage and for me as test captain of India, it’s now. There have been many ups and also some downs along the journey, but never has there been a lack of effort or lack of belief.”

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