Indian skipper Virat Kohli must be gratified with the performance of his team in the ongoing series against Sri Lanka; meanwhile he is also an accessible person to whom Sri Lankans can receive some suggestions about overcoming the transitional period of the country’s cricket.
But when Kohli would provide that? Yes, that would be once the series will over.
When the Indian skipper was asked about the comment of Nic Pothas, the interim head coach of Sri Lanka who said they would interact with Indian team management to overcome the difficulties of transitional period, Kohli remarked strategically.
““We haven’t had any discussions yet. Those things may happen after the competitive zone is over and done with the series. I think that will happen after September 6 if it has to happen from their end.”
“But look it is difficult for any team going through transition. One thing that we decided to do as a team was take more responsibility and ownership of what we do on the field when playing for the country. We just needed to change our mindset,” he said.
Talking in their very own perspective, Kohli said, “It was the fight and competitiveness we were willing to show and the desire to fight for longer periods that helped us get through that phase quicker than what others might have faced.”