Virat Kohli to step down as limited-overs captain after T20 World Cup: This player will be the new captain

Virat Kohli to step down as limited-overs captain after T20 World Cup

As per reports, India’s Skipper Virat Kohli will step down as the limited overs captain by giving chance to his present Vice captain Rohit Sharma. BCCI is concerned due to the respect of Kohli’s inability to win an ICC trophy for India.This led him to prompt serious conversations over his captaincy.

Virat Kolhi who is leading currently in all 3 formats for India now probably going to stepped down as limited overs captain after the T20 World Cup in UAE. As per the reports, it is referred to that Kolhi will proceed as the Test Skipper while Rohit Sharma will accept responsibility as the limited overs captain.

This has been serious conversations among cricket experts and fans to hand over as T20I captaincy to Rohit Sharma. As per reports, Kohli has had conversations with Rohit and team the officials in regards to the difference in captaincy. Considering Kohli’s additional pressuring factor as captain in every one of the three formats and his inability to win ICC event, Rohit may get an opportunity to play the captaincy job in somewhere atlast in single format.

TOI , quoting a BCCI asserted that Kohli “himself will make the declaration. Now he needs to focus on his batting and return to same form what he’s constantly been — the best batsman on the world”

Kohli now in his best form as he is struggling with the bat to score a century since 2019.

Virat is additionally quick to understand that his general responsibility as captain across all formats are negatively affecting his batting. He needs that space and fresh young Kohli since he has much more to bring to the table. Virat will keep continue as India’s red-ball skipper and work on his T20 and One-day batting. He’s only 32 and given his fitness, he will effectively play top cricket one for 5-6 years in any formats”.

It is additionally added that BCCI is worried about Kohli’s failure to win an ICC Trophies for India this led BCCI for major talks over the captaincy . Now BCCI is also unhappy due to the team selection and the loss of World Test championship against New Zealand in which India lost.

The BCCI is deeply worried about Virat Kohli’s captaincy, particularly in the ICC events because of his and disappointment as a skipper in the ICC tournaments. BCCI held a meeting July after the WTC final,lot of BCCI authorities are not satisfied with Virat’s captaincy,”.

Rohit Sharma has proved his captaincy in IPL for Mumbai Indians to win 5 IPL titles while Kohli is yet to win the single title for RCB since his captaincy. Likewise, Rohit, again came back to his form in test by opening for India presently, has success of 15 wins in 19 matches as Captain.

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