Reacting to outrage over the team’s performance and calls for changes in the team, Team India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, on Tuesday said that he is willing to give up the captaincy and be replaced by some one else.
India suffered their second successive whitewash on an overseas tour when they were wiped out 4-0 by Australia in the recently concluded Test series.
The world champions suffered the same margin of defeat on their tour of England last year.
“It’s an added responsibility and not a position that belongs to anyone,” Dhoni said.
“Am trying to do well, it’s not a position I want to hold or stick on to. If there is a better replacement, it’s an open job, he can come in and the place should be given to him,” he said.