Kohli questions leadership after series loss

India Test captain Virat Kohli appeared to question the leadership of the ODI team, led by MS Dhoni, after India lost a three-match series in the 50-over format in Bangladesh.

Although India beat the Tigers in the last ODI on Wednesday, the home team won the first two matches, comfortably, to complete their first series win over their Asian neighbours.

Since Kohli has taken over the Test captaincy from MS Dhoni he has spoken about how he wants his team to play a more aggressively brand of cricket and express themselves on the field.

Speaking after the last ODI in Mirpur, it seemed as if Kohli took a dig at Dhoni's leadership style against the Tigers.

Kohli said: "Credit goes to the Bangladesh team for the way they have played. We are not expressing ourselves like we normally do and are used to.

"Not too happy with the way we have played. We have been sort of doubtful in our decision-making and that shows on the field."

"I don't need to say it in an interview; our cricket watchers and experts can see it (that) our guys are not sure enough to express themselves. In the first two games, we failed to express ourselves with clarity of mind."

Although there have been calls from some for Dhoni to step down, India players Suresh Raina and Ravi Ashwin have come out in support of the World up winning skipper.