“Virat isn’t greedy for anything,” says the childhood coach of Test Skipper.

“Virat isn’t greedy for anything,” says the childhood coach of Test Skipper.

Rajkumar Sharma, Virat Kohli’s childhood coach, came out in favor of the Indian Test captain and backed him to do well despite the off-field troubles.

Indian cricket fans and followers were left with various doubts, after Kohli’s open interview with the media. He debunked claims that he was opting out of the ODI series in South Africa.

In the immediate wake of the decision to hand up India’s white-ball captaincy to Rohit Sharma. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly revealed information to the media, That contradicted Virat’s last two statements.

Virat’s last two statements ran counter to information supplied by BCCI president Sourav Ganguly. During media meetings following India’s decision to hand over the white-ball captaincy to Rohit Sharma.

Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma weighed in on the debate after several former players and professionals expressed strong opinions on the subject.

Sharma, speaking on the podcast Khelneeti, backed India’s Test captain to forget about the commotion when he takes the field. He asserted emphatically that “Virat is not greedy for anything” and that he will give his all on the field.

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“Virat isn’t greedy for anything” says the childhood coach.

“It may be in the back of his mind, but I don’t believe it will affect him until he walks on the ground. Virat isn’t greedy for anything. He’s confident in himself and knows he’ll give it his all “Sharma stated his opinion.

Sharma expects the BCCI, in addition to Kohli, to manage the situation carefully and correctly.

“When such disagreements or controversies arise, it is understandably upsetting for any player. But I’m hopeful that the board will deal with this matter quickly and effectively, and that it will not be dragged out much longer ” He Added.

He explained, “I’m not going to say anything about it because it’s directly related to Virat. However, I believe it would have been better if neither side used such violent remarks. The team is going well; I don’t believe we need any unnecessary drama.”

The Indian squad will begin their trip of South Africa on December 26 in Centurion with the first Test.

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