‘I could not have possibly applied for Group India lead trainer job in the event that Virat Kohli hadn’t moved toward me’: Virender Sehwag

Previous India opener Virender Sehwag on Monday uncovered that he applied for Group India’s lead trainer job in 2017 in light of the fact that the then chief Virat Kohli moved toward him.

“I could never have applied in the event that Virat Kohli and, BCCI secretary Amitabh Choudhary hadn’t moved toward me,” Sehwag told News18.

“He let that me know that Kumble’s agreement will terminate after the Bosses Prize in 2017 and afterward you can go to West Indies with the group.”

During the even, Sehwag likewise said that he has no lament about not having the option to become chief of Group India.

“Not in any way shape or form, I’m content with what I accomplished,” he said.

“Coming from a little group of ranchers from Najafgarh, I got the potential chance to play for India, got such a lot of affection and appreciation from fans and regardless of whether I would have captained Group India I would have gotten a similar regard,” he added.

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