Sourav Ganguly explained the reason for removing Virat Kohli from the one-day captaincy


Huge removal

Huge removal

When announcing his resignation as India’s T20 captain, Virat Kohli claimed that he had informed the BCCI, the Indian team’s leadership group, of his decision six months ago. However, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly made it clear that they did not know before. Today, Sourav said that the board had requested Virat Kohli not to relinquish his T20 captaincy. But Virat did not agree. As a result, the selectors did not want to have two separate captains in the two formats of white ball cricket. That’s why the board and the selectors have decided on a one-day captaincy. The captain will be in the big test. Rohit will lead the team in white ball cricket. Sourav himself has spoken to Virat as the board president. Chetan Sharma, the head of the constituency, is also mentioned.

Confidence in Rohi

Confidence in Rohi

Rohit Sharma’s India have won the T20 series against New Zealand on home soil after becoming the permanent captain. Sourav has confidence in Rohit to lead the ODI team as well. “We have full confidence in Rohit’s leadership skills,” the board chairman said. Captain in huge Tests. We think Indian cricket is in the hands of deserving people. Thanks to Virat for his contribution to white ball cricket as captain.

With the giant

With the giant

In his first interview with the YouTube show Backstage with Boria after becoming the captain of the ODI team, Rohit Sharma said that he is always needed in the team as he is a great batsman. Virat has an average of over 50 in T20 cricket, which is remarkable and sometimes it is unbelievable that it is real. He has vast experience as a batsman and he has been the savior of the team from many difficult situations with extraordinary skill. The job of a captain is to look after some tactical issues, whether he is getting a chance to play a qualified cricketer, whether he has been fielded in the best XI.

How will the new captain go?

How will the new captain go?

Rohit also hinted at how he wants to be the captain. “I have more work to do inside than outside,” he said. It is the responsibility of the cricketers so that they can play on the field accordingly. This work is done off the field. There is a set time on the field, so there is no way to change too much. If some captains have to do 20 percent of the work on the field, then 80 percent of the work is done outside. Rohit also thinks that the batting disaster in the T20 World Cup match is the reason why India dropped out of the group stage. However, he is confident about the bowling of the team.



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