Team India: Team India captain Virat Kohli feels that there will be positive changes in Indian cricket under the leadership of Ganguly.
Kolkata: Team India recorded a historic victory in the Pink Ball Test against Bangladesh (India vs Bangladesh). After this victory, Indian captain Virat Kohli talked about the recent changes and future of Indian cricket. Virat spoke on the leadership of BCCI President Sourav Ganguly from India’s future of Test cricket and the impact on T20.
Praise of Ganguly
Kohli also praised BCCI President Saurabh Ganguly and said that under his leadership, there will be many positive changes in Indian cricket. Kohli said that the BCCI chief is doing good work for the betterment of sports in the country.
Indian cricket will be strong
The captain said, “With Dada (Ganguly) the doors are open to considering all matters. He is available to understand our thoughts as a team. He is working for the betterment of Test cricket and And this will strengthen Indian cricket. ”
Test cricket market is important
Virat said that there is a need to market Test cricket well and include good players of this format in the central contract. Kohli said in a post-match press conference, “Like ODI and T20, Test cricket market is also important. It is not only the work of the players. But it also needs to be taken away from the cricket board and domestic broadcasters. ”
Do not pay attention to T20 cricket
Virat Kohli also talked about T20 cricket and its impact on Tests. He said, “If you only bring thrill in T20 cricket and don’t bring much in Test cricket, then it is a different kind among fans. Makes sense. ”
Test specialist should not have a problem
On the financial security of the Test Specialist, Kohli said, “If you do not keep Test cricket in good financial condition then it will reduce the motivation. It can only be resolved through a central contract. ”
There will be positive changes
Regarding further, Virat said, “We are moving in the right direction. Under his leadership, we will see more positive changes that will be special for cricket. Also, Test cricket will be given priority.”