Virat Kohli questions MS Dhoni's leadership
New Delhi: Team India's star batsman Virat Kohi has expressed his displeasure at the way decisions were taken during the series against Bangladesh.
Without taking the name of skipper MS Dhoni, Kohli said that he was not happy with the way things were handled in the three-match series and underlined that lack of clarity in the players minds was evident on ground.
"We have been doubtful in our decision-making and that shows on the field. I don't need to say this. Cricket watchers and experts can see guys not sure enough to express themselves. Where we lacked in the first two games was not being able to express ourselves with clarity of mind," the 26-year-old batsman said.
Kohli's reaction came a day after Suresh Raina and R Ashwin rubbished the reports that all is not well in the dressing room and strongly backed Dhoni.
The right-hand batsman further said that boys failed to express themselves clearly.
Earlier, personal coaches of Dhoni and Kohli indicated that all is not well in the dressing room.
Dhoni's coach Chanchal Bhattacharjee said, "The dressing room atmosphere is worrying him, he is not able to concentrate on the game."
Kohli's coach Raj Kumar Sharma also echoed the same view. He said, "I have no hesitation it was the Black Sunday of Indian cricket."
Indian cricket team was humiliated at the hands of Bangladesh in the three-match ODI series with the hosts wining the first two games.