꧁𓊈𒆜🅹🅸🅾🆃🆅🆅🅸🅽🅴🅴𒆜𓊉꧂R. Ashwin has said a lot about the captaincy of Ajinkya and Virat. The Indian cricket team recorded a historic 2–1 win in Australia in the Border-Gavaskar Series 2020-21.
After Adelaide Test cricket, Indian team captain Virat Kohli returned home on Parental leave. And then in the remaining Test match since then.
Indian team vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane played the captaincy. After this series win against the Australian team.
There is constant discussion about whether the captaincy of the Test series should be handed over to Virat Kohli in place of Ajinkya Rahane.
Meanwhile, the Indian team’s star spin bowler R Ashwin has spoken openly about the captaincy of both of them. Under the captaincy of Virat Kohli.
The Indian team had to face a tough defeat in the Adelaide Test match. And then only India did not lose any Test match under Ajinkya Rahane’s captaincy.
India won the Melbourne Test match. While the Sydney Test ended on the Mokabal draw and after that in the last Test match of Brisbane, India again won and captured the series 2–1.
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When Ravichandran Ashwin was asked the difference between the captain of the Indian cricket team and the captain of the vice-captain, he said, “Rahane has captained the Indian team so far in 5 Tests.”
The same Virat Kohli did a lot more matches than that, so it made a difference. I do not understand that people are comparing with the captaincy.
The captaincy style of former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and current captain Virat Kohli was quite different. People talk about this because they make headlines.
Ravichandran Ashwin further said that whatever captain and vice-captain I have played cricket under, all of them have been very supportive.
Leadership refers to how you lead yourself. And how to face any situation fiercely. If you are able to support any player as a captain, then it is a quality of excellent leadership.
He said I consider myself lucky that I have shared the dressing room with such best players. And I am also doing Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, and Cheteshwar Pujara, it is not a big name. Whenever I will retire, I will understand even more how they have affected me.