Virat Kohli will remain the captain of Team India, BCCI clarified

For the past few days this discussion is going on around Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) will not captain the limited overs after the T20 World Cup. Rohit Sharma will be appointed as the captain in his place. These news were constantly in the headlines. But now BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal has denied all such reports outright. He says that Virat will continue to be the captain of all three formats.

Arun Dhumal dismissed the reports

After the T20 World Cup, the captaincy of the limited overs team will be handed over to Rohit Sharma in place of Team India captain Virat Kohli. There has been a lot of discussion on this issue for the last few days, through constant reports this thing was in the headlines all around. But now BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal ji has dismissed these reports outright and called it nonsense. Dhumal told IANS,

‘This is bullshit and nothing like this is going to happen. There is only discussion going on in the media about this. BCCI has not discussed this matter.

BCCI not happy with Kohli?

Virat Kohli

It was reported quoting sources that the BCCI is not happy with the decisions taken by Virat Kohli in the ICC World Test Championship. Actually, Kohli had fed two spinners in the playing XI, while the conditions were in support of the fast bowlers. Following which sources had said that top BCCI officials have been discussing the issue ever since India’s loss against New Zealand in the WTC final in England, where they were reportedly unhappy with the Indian captain’s team selection.

But now the situation has become quite clear with this statement of Arun Dhumal. At present the BCCI is not planning anything in this regard. But there is no doubt that Kohli’s form has been a matter of concern for Team India for the last two years. Hence the board commanded the limited overs team to lighten the load from their shoulders. Rohit Sharma Thinking about handing over