Test saviour steps down
The Free Press Journal|January 16, 2022
The writing was on the wall but the inevitable came a bit early as Virat Kohli on Saturday quit as India's Test captain, saying he did his job with "absolute honesty" and time was right to quit the leadership role.

Kohli's abrupt announcement came a day after India suffered an embarrassing Test series defeat against South Africa. The announcement ends Kohli's tenure as captain across all three formats of international cricket.

The 33-year-old was the longest-serving Indian Test captain ever - he had been at the job for seven years, with 68 Test matches under his belt. With 40 victories, he is also the country's most successful Test captain and the fourth most successful captain in Test cricket history.

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