Why Virat Kohli abruptly left the captaincy of T20 format

team india Captain Virat Kohli has announced to leave the T20 captaincy of the Indian team after the T20 World Cup 2021. On Thursday, he himself gave this information through his social media. For this, he had also made a long post.

That is, the kind of discussion that was happening in the media for the last few days and the possibilities were being expressed, they have also proved to be correct somewhere. After becoming the mentor of MS Dhoni, the current captain has made this announcement. Through this report, we will reveal about 5 reasons for leaving his captaincy.

1. That hold on the Indian team weakened

Till the year 2019, he appeared in the role of number-1 Indian batsman in every format. Not only this, between 2015 and 2019, he was included in the list of the most influential batsman in the world. From the year 2020, his form deteriorated a bit. However, his poor performance did not affect the team. Whatever the form of the current captain may have been, but Team India kept on winning. In such a situation, the dependence on the captain of Team India started decreasing.

The victory of the Test series in Australia proved to be a milestone in this journey. The way India created history by winning the Test series in Australia, the BCCI management and selectors were convinced that the Indian team could perform well even in the absence of the current captain.

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