Virat Kohli has been arguably the best Test captain in the history of Indian cricket. Under his captaincy, India have been the top-ranked Test side since October 2016. Meanwhile, India have also begun their ICC World Test Championship on an outstanding note with five consecutive Test match wins and are comfortably seated at the summit of the points table with 240 points. Kohli seemed to be in a jovial mood while addressing the media during the post-match press conference. Virat had asked a reporter whether he would like to greet MS Dhoni in the dressing room which had created a laughter riot at the press box. Meanwhile, Kohli was also asked another important question.
While the Indian skipper was speaking about his team's win, he was asked a question about Sourav Ganguly, who is all set to be elected as the BCCI President to which he replied in a positive manner. "I congratulated him and it's great that he has become BCCI President," said Kohli. However, when questioned about whether Ganguly has had any discussion with Kohli over MS Dhoni's future, here's what Virat Kohli had to say.
"He has not spoken to me about that yet. Okay, so he will get in touch with me when he has to. I am sure. What do I say about that? I will go meet him when he tells me to. That's it," added Kohli which created laughter in the press box once again.
India proved why they are the top-ranked Test side and a team to beat at home after a comprehensive win against South Africa by an innings and 202 runs at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi on Tuesday to register a clean sweep by a 3-0 margin. Meanwhile, this was also Team India's second successive clean sweep in red-ball cricket. They had earlier won both away Test matches against West Indies as well. By virtue of this win, India not only maintain an undisputed run in the ICC World Test Championship rankings with 240 points in five matches.