Ganguly’s reaction to Virat Kohli stepping down as T20 captain

on Thursday team india The captain of Virat Kohli has announced to leave the captaincy of the T20 team. He will leave the captaincy of this format after the T20 World Cup. This decision of Kohli has created panic all around. Now BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has reacted to this decision of Kohli. He described Kohli as one of the best captains in all formats.

Kohli is one of the best Indian captains

Virat Kohli announced his retirement from the captaincy of the T20 team on Thursday, posting a note on his social media. However, for some time, this news was constantly in the headlines, that after the T20 World Cup, Kohli may leave the captaincy of this format. Now that Kohli himself has come out and cleared everything. So BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said,

‘Virat is a true asset to Indian cricket and has led the team brilliantly. He is one of the most successful captains of India across all formats.

Decision taken keeping in mind the future roadmap

Indian captain Virat Kohli has also given the reason. He says that he wants to focus on batting and lighten the workload of captaincy in all three formats. Therefore, he will continue with the captaincy of ODIs and Tests and will step down from the captaincy of the T20 team. Ganguly further said on this decision of Kohli,

“Virat Kohli has taken this decision keeping in mind the future roadmap. We thank Virat for his tremendous performance as the captain of the T20 team. We wish him all the best for the upcoming World Cup and the future. Hope he continues to score a lot of runs for India.

Rohit Sharma can be the captain of T20 team

Virat Kohli

Team India captain Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) will leave the captaincy of this format after the T20 World Cup. After which the BCCI can hand over this responsibility to the vice-captain Rohit Sharma. Hitman has a lot of achievements in this format. He has won 5 trophies for IPL franchise Mumbai Indians. Apart from this, India has also won the Asia Cup and Nidahas Trophy.

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