Virendra Sehwag Brutally Hits Out at Media Houses for Running Fake Story on him on Kohli-Kumble Rift

India today And Other media Ran News Like “Former Indian cricketer, Virender Sehwag, on Friday, in an Instagram post, made a wisecrack about the ongoing Kohli-Kumble rift, saying that finger pointing is not good.”

‘Finger pointing never got anything done,’ wrote Sehwag, who is also one of the five applicants for the position of the head coach of the Indian cricket team.

India captain Virat Kohli refused to discuss the bitter departure of head coach Anil Kumble on Thursday, admitting he “respects” the former spinner but that he will not betray dressing room secrecy.

However, he announced his resignation the day after the title-holders and favourites succumbed to a crushing 180-run defeat to arch-rivals Pakistan in the final at The Oval.

Meanwhile, Kumble’s claim in his post-resignation Twitter statement, about Kohli’s reservations about his coaching style hasn’t gone down well with the team.

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Whereas Virendra Sehwag has hit out at India Today for Running Fake News as his message was on Different Topic but Media Connected it To Kumble-Kohli Rift

Here’s What Virendra Sehwag Really said About Kumble-Kohli Rift

Sehwag, when asked about the next India coach, said that whoever becomes the next occupant of the top post will face it hard it replicate the success of Kumble.

“I have never played under Kumble – the coach. However, he has been my senior, my captain. In fact my comeback in international cricket was under him. The Indian team’s performance under him has been phenomenal. Whoever comes in as his successor will find it hard to fill in his shoes,” Sehwag said in an interview to UC News.

“His achievements as a coach will be hard to replicate. I can’t comment on his coaching style but as a senior, as a player there is no one better than him.”