Virat Kohli (left) and Anil Kumble    AFP
Virat Kohli (left) and Anil Kumble AFP

Harsh Goenka, brother of Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) owner Sanjiv Goenka, made headlines during Indian Premier League (IPL) 10 due to his indirect remarks at former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni. However, looks like the industrialist is not done yet and in his latest tweet, he took a dig at Virat Kohli on the Kohli-Anil Kumble saga surmounting Indian cricket at the moment. The 59-year-old passed a slay comment on the entire episode by stating that Indian cricket needs a coach who should be obedient, respect BCCI and the leader in charge. Presently, Team India is without a coach after Kumble resigned from the top job stating that the captain had ‘issues’ with his coaching styles.

India is currently touring West Indies without a head coach. In absence of Kumble, the mantle has been passed onto MV Sridhar. The whole issue surmounted with minimal communication between coach-captain in the last six months.

According to reports, Kohli wasn’t impressed with the selection of certain players in the side during India’s long home season in 2016-17. Many have suggested that the aggressive personalities of both Kumble-Kohli sparked controversy and later in the exit of the former. Goenka’s remarks clearly suggest that he isn’t happy with the end result; i.e. Kumble’s ouster. His tweet surely proves that he is not impressed with BCCI and Team India’s captain’s dominating nature.