New Delhi: Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, may not have won the ICC big title, but with his captaincy, Team India reached the heights. While many cricket giants are against Kohli’s aggressive captaincy, some players consider this form to be Virat Kohli’s strength. Now Shane Lee, brother of former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee, has made a big statement about Virat Kohli. Shane Lee says that he feels that the team players under Kohli play out of fear.
In the first Test match against Australia, Virat Kohli returned home for the birth of his child, after which Team India took over the reins of Ajinkya Rahane. Team India, led by Rahane, created history by defeating Australia 2–1. The second Test was won by Team India while the third Test was drawn, which was named Brisbane Test.
Former cricketer Shane Lee said in an afternoon podcast that Virat Kohli is the best batsman in the world, but he feels that the team players are afraid of Kohli not to cross the line of any kind. Shane said that players should be fully fit on the field, but the team players are scared on the field. Whereas Team India players were very calm and relaxed under Rahane’s captaincy.