Former India captain Sourav Ganguly believes that Indian Cricket team will bounce back in the final Test against South Africa starting in Johannesburg today.
Following India's loss in the second Test at Centurion last week, which included another poor batting performance, Kohli gave a fiery press conference in which he made some angry statements which did not go do well with his critics.
Ganguly said that people should give some room to Kohli, given this tour of South Africa was always going to be tough for a team that has played in Asia for the past 12 months.
Ganguly, who played 311 ODIs and 113 Tests said, "There is lot of talk going around about Virat Kohli's leadership qualities. It is important to be patient as it is his first big overseas tour.
"Nobody really is a born leader and it is important that leaders are allowed to develop and grow. I am convinced Kohli will keep getting better at this. It is very important that as a leader you keep performing - that is the biggest challenge and this is where Kolhi has done remarkably well."
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