Virat Kohli has stepped down as captain of India men’s Test team.
The 33-year-old, who stopped leading India’s limited-overs sides last year, had led the Test side since 2015.
He captained India in a record-breaking 68 Tests, winning 40 matches – the fourth best record of any Test captain in history.
Kohli’s announcement came a day after India’s seven-wicket loss to South Africa in discount cialis india Cape Town, consigning the visitors to a 2-1 series defeat.
He has played in 99 Tests in total, averaging 50.39 in the longer format, with 27 centuries.