Anil Kumble and Virat Kohli    AFP
Anil Kumble and Virat Kohli AFP

After Anil Kumble created sensation by hitting the headlines with his resignation from the post of Team India head coach, another revelation has surfaced over the dispute between him and Indian captain Virat Kohli. However, Kohli had earlier confirmed that there are no such differences between him and coach Kumble as it has been shown in media. But it was confirmed that news about differences between Kohli and Kumble is true as Kumble revealed the same in his resignation letter on Tuesday. After the resignation, another news is doing the rounds stating Kohli abused Kumble ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final.

As per a report published in Zeenews, according to sources, in a team meeting two days ahead of the Champions Trophy final, Kohli had an argument with Kumble and he even abused him. Kohli also told Kumble that members of the Indian team were not in favour of him continuing as coach post which the latter said, “Enough is enough.”

Well, there has been no confirmation on this report as yet, but it is good enough to create another sensation in the media, Indian cricket circles and among the fans as well. Moreover, going by this report, Kohli told Kumble that nobody wants him. On the other hand, Kumble, wrote in his resignation letter that only a day ago he learnt from BCCI that Kohli had reservations with his style .

For now, the Indian team is in the Caribbean for a limited-overs tour under the leadership of Kohli and without any head coach. The BCCI meanwhile has invited more applications for the post of head coach, which the three-member CAC will pick in the coming days.