India captain Virat Kohli left Test captaincy after his team’s defeat in a three-match red-ball series in South Africa. Kohli and Co. were the favourites to lift the trophy, but instead lost the last two matches in Johannesburg and Cape Town. With this defeat, Kohli became the first Indian captain to lose in the Rainbow nation twice.

Nonetheless, Virat is still the most successful Indian skipper in Test cricket, having led India to 40 wins out of 68 Test matches. His former RCB teammate and close friend, AB de Villiers, has also reacted to his sudden and unexpected resignation.

“@imVkohli Well done, Virat! U most definitely raised the bar,” he wrote.

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