The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has denied sending the memo to the captain of the governing body (COA) to remain polite to captain Virat Kohli on the tour of Australia. In a statement on Sunday, the BCCI said that the news released on Saturday in the media is wrong. The board said that on November 17, the Mumbai-based media released a report in which 'Be Humble: Virat Kohli was given the title of' COA Memo '. This report is completely incorrect.
It was said in the report that a message was sent to Indian captain Kohli to remain "courteous". After such reports in the media, after the BCCI consultation with the management of the team, it was found that the report is baseless. The Indian team is currently on a tour of Australia where the team has to play the first T-20 match on November 21 with the host team. The Indian team will also play one-day and Test series after the T-20 series.
It is worth mentioning that under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, Team India has gone on tour to Australia this time. T20, Test and ODI series will be played between the two teams here. Indian team players have reached Brisbane for this series. This T-20 series will be played in the first match. There will be 3 matches in this series. After this, the Tests and ODI series will be organized.