The much awaited India-Australia Test series has ended and as expected, we witnessed the tensest series in recent times. Everyone was predicting India’s victory and they were correct, but it was not that easy what it seems like.
Though, throughout this series, former Australian players were very consistent over criticizing Indian captain Virat Kohli. Meanwhile, CA CEO James Sutherland said that he is not sure whether Kohli can spell sorry or not.
The round of comments hasn’t stopped yet and latest one came from former speedster Mitchell Johnson, who retweeted on Cricket Australia’s tweet.
When the match was over, Cricket Australia shared a tweet, which said: “It seems Virat Kohli and the Aussies are no longer mates”.
— cricket.com.au (@CricketAus) March 28, 2017
Johnson retweeted this post and wrote:
Rahane should stay captain! It was a tough series but I believe it should stay on the field with the players https://t.co/jtM7V9eIAm— Mitchell Johnson (@MitchJohnson398) March 28, 2017
His tweet hinted Australia's dislike for Kohli, while on the other hand, Johnson credited Rahane's captaincy for this win.
Ajinkya Rahane led India in the fourth Test and registered a victory by eight wickets.