Virat Kohli is trending to quit captaincy, says Rohit

team india Captain Virat Kohli may resign from the captaincy of the limited overs cricket format after the T20 World Cup. Such news was continuously coming out through media reports. It is also being said that if Team India misses out on winning the T20 World Cup this time, then its command will be given in the hands of Rohit Sharma. Not only this, it has been claimed so far through media reports that, the captain himself has said about this that he will have to do this to become the best batsman in the world. For which fans are increasingly giving their feedback on social media.

Current Indian hosts are trending to leave the captaincy

Talking about the captain of the current Team India, at this time his name is included in the list of highest run scorers at the international level. Interestingly, his batting average is above 50 in both the formats of the limited overs. The captain, who has added 23 thousand runs in his international account in all three formats, is struggling with his poor form for the last two years. Because of this, questions have been raised on his captaincy from time to time. For a few months now, there are reports of Rohit Sharma sharing the captaincy among them.

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Through many reports, it was claimed that BCCI will now hand over the limited overs captaincy to Hitman and the command of Test will be in the hands of the current captain. TOI’s source told in this matter that Virat Kohli himself has realized that all his responsibilities as captain in all formats are weighing on his batting. That’s why they need a chance. At present, this news has spread like fire on social media and many fans are seen expressing happiness over this news and the news of him leaving the captaincy is trending. But this has neither been confirmed by the captain nor by the Indian board.

Such a reaction is coming on social media about the captaincy of Virat Kohli

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