India lost the fifth and final Test for 118 races despite the heroic resistance of starter KL Rahul (149) and wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant (114) in the second possibility. After the loss of the series, captain Virat Kohli has faced criticism, but managed to find support in former captain Sourav Ganguly. Ganguly, who was known for his man management skills, urged Virat Kohli to identify potential players and give them some time to settle down.
"More than the autopsy, it is important to recognize the talent here, it is important that each team moves forward, I think that the type of batting done by Cheteshwar Pujara, Rahane and Rahul in this series are 10 times better cricketers, Kohli needs to bring out the best It's a big responsibility of a captain to take the players as you go, "Ganguly said, citing India TV.
"If the captain puts his arms around a player's shoulder and says he wants the player to win it, the performance will automatically improve, that atmosphere should be there, the identification of talent is very important," Ganguly said.
Kohli, who finished the tour of England at a stop, has been rested for the next tournament of the Asian Cup. In his absence, Rohit Sharma will lead the team.
The 29-year-old scored 593 runs in five Tests at an average of 59.30, including two centuries and three half centuries.