Virat Kohli wanted to include Shikhar Dhawan in the team against England, there was a debate with the selectors

Indian team The captain of Virat Kohli, while announcing through social media on Thursday, has made it clear that he is leaving the captaincy of this format after the T20 World Cup. After his sudden decision, many types of discussions are in full swing. Meanwhile, a big news is coming out about Shikhar Dhawan. What is the full report, we are going to tell you about it.

The captain had to struggle a lot to get Shikhar Dhawan back in the team.

It is being claimed through some reports that the current captain had to struggle a lot to include Shikhar Dhawan in the team in the ODI series played against England in March. Yes, according to a report coming from ‘Cricbuzz’, the selectors were in favor of not giving opener Shikhar Dhawan a place in the team in the home ODI series against England this year. But the captain was completely in favor of Dhawan.

The selectors believed that on the basis of their performance, they wanted to give a chance to the openers who had batted brilliantly in the Vijay Hazare Trophy in the ODI series against England. For which Virat Kohli was not agreeable at all. Although it is a different matter that, after a few months, the selectors entrusted him with the responsibility of captaincy of Team India on the tour of Sri Lanka. But, in March the situation was different.

Virat Kohli has said such a thing about the T20 format

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After the meeting in March, it took 5 days for the team against England to be announced and agreed. However, sources say that there is no dispute between the captain and the selector. The issue in March is an exception. Those close to Virat Kohli say that he does not need to prove anything. BCCI just wanted to reduce some pressure from him.

In his statement, the captain has clarified that, I have given everything to the team in my era as T20 captain and I will continue to do so for the T20 team as a batsman going forward. . Of course, it took a long time to reach this decision. He also said through this post that,

“I have spoken to Secretary Jay Shah and BCCI President Sourav Ganguly along with the selectors. I will continue to serve Indian cricket and the Indian team to the best of my ability.”

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