The captain of the 50-over team will be decided after the T20 World Cup

Indian captain Virat Kohli Has given up the reins of his captaincy of T20 cricket today. However, he will still take charge of Team India in the T20 World Cup. After this, opener and vice-captain Rohit Sharma will be seen leading Team India in T20.

But, let us tell you that this thing does not end here, because the matter of 50-over cricket is also there. Many say that even in this format, Virat Kohli has a sword hanging over his head. Not us but famous sports journalist Boria Majumdar has questioned.

Suggestion was given on the appointment of two vice-captains

Virat Kohli may lead the Indian team in the T20 World Cup, but after that everyone will be seen captaining Rohit Sharma in this format. Because Virat Kohli has resigned from the captaincy of the T20 team. Also, for a long time, there was a demand to make Rohit Sharma the captain.

In such a situation, famous sports journalist Boria Mazumdar has made a disclosure that two vice-captains can be seen in the white ball game. Related to this, he has tweeted that, Sources say that going forward in the 50-over format, there was a suggestion to appoint 2 white-ball vice-captains. BCCI doesn’t want to do that. Can Virat continue as captain in the 50-over format if he doesn’t win the World T20? It looks like this is a long way off.”

If we win the T20 World Cup, only Virat will take over the command in 50 overs

Virat Kohli

Sports journalist Boria Mazumdar says that when there was talk in the BCCI about captaining India in the T20 format, the issue of team leadership in 50-over cricket was also raised. In this case also the board is not in a position to take much risk.

He says that,

That was what Virat suggested in the red ball and 50-over format. Rohit will remain in T20, BCCI’s point of view is confirmed in this. Also they will see how India perform under Virat’s leadership in this tournament. If India wins then all is well. If not, can BCCI continue with Virat in the 50-over format or not? They want it but BCCI?”

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