Virat Kohli’s captaincy has been a topic of discussion for the last few days. Through continuous reports, these reports are coming out that after the T20 World Cup, the captaincy of the limited overs team of Team India. Rohit Sharma will be handed over to But now BCCI Secretary Jay Shah has issued a statement on this issue. He says that as long as Team India is performing, the question of changing the captaincy of the team does not arise.
The question of change in captaincy does not arise.
The captaincy of Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is being discussed for a long time that BCCI is considering split captaincy. Reports claimed that Kohli will step down from ODI and T20 captaincy after the T20 World Cup and will only captain Tests. In a conversation with The Indian Express, Jay Shah has made it clear that BCCI is not thinking of any such thing. Shah made a statement saying,
“As long as the team is performing. She is giving good performance. The question of change in captaincy does not arise.”
Jay Shah counts Kohli’s achievements
Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India jay shah Linking the captaincy with the performance of the team, talked about Team India’s 2-1 lead in the Test series against England. Apart from this, he also counted the achievements of captain Kohli’s team in T20 cricket. Shah told that under the captaincy of Kohli, India did not lose in the short format of cricket. They won 3–2 against England, won 2–1 in Australia, defeated Sri Lanka 2–0 and beat New Zealand 4–0.
Waiting for ICC Trophy
Captain Virat Kohli has played an important role in taking India to this point today. India has performed consistently under his captaincy. But his captaincy comes in the dock when it comes to the ICC Trophy. In fact, under the captaincy of Kohli, India has raised flags everywhere, but the ICC trophy is waiting. Now in the upcoming T20 World Cup, Kohli would like to end this wait. as a mentor on the team to support them MS Dhoni There will also be, which is really a positive sign for the Indian team.