The Next ICC World Cup Highlights On Thursday, Announcing His Appointment As India’s T20I Captain.
The captain of India’s T20I was appointed to be Virat Kohli.
It announced that it would step back following the T20 World Cup when India’s test and ODI Captain Virat Kohli visited Social Media on Thursday, announcing that it would be held in UAE and Oman after the ICC T20 World Cup and the captain of the Indian cricket team in the T20Is. It would take place on 17-14 October.
Testing and ODI cricket will remain essential elements in the squad repertoire.
In a statement, Kohli revealed that he had published his handles on social media. “As T20 captain, I decided to leave Dubai in October following the T20 World Cup.
“Not just India but the Indian cricket team were fortunate enough to represent me.. I’d want to thank everyone who assisted me along the way as captain of the Indian cricket team. Without the children, the helpers, the pick-up committee and the Indians who sought our winnings, I could not have done that.
“The workload is crucial to understand. For the last five-6 years and the last 8-9 years, I need to allow myself plenty of room to guide the Indian team through testing and ODI cricket because I have been a regular player in all three forms. I gave everything to the team throughout my tenure as T20 captain and will continue as a batsman in T20.
“Of course, this decision took a long time to come. My closest associates, Ravi Bhai and Rohit, both significant leadership members, have been highly discussed.
I decided to take over as captain following the T20 World Cup in Dubai in October. I’ve spoken, together with the rest of the selectors, to Secretary Jay Shah and President Sourav Ganguly. “Indian Cricket and the Indian team will continue to serve as long as I am able,” Kohli said.
After MS Dhoni retired in 2017, Kohli became the shortest captain. Kohli will captain India at the ICC T20 World Cup for the first time. Prior to the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy and the 2019 semi-finals of the ICC World Cup, he led the team.
In the meantime Sourav Ganguly, BCCI Chairman, has praised Kohli as he called the Indian cricket a “true asset.” In a formal statement, Ganguly thanked him “The team was led with aplomb by Virat Kohli as a valuable asset to Indian cricket. He’s one of the top capitans in every size. The decision was made to take into account the future plan. Virat’s excellent performance as Captain T20I is appreciative.”
“We wish him every success and hope he will continue playing a lot in India at the next World Cup and beyond,” he said.
In addition, BCCI Secretary of Honor Jay Shah declared that the team was ready for Kohli’s leadership.
“For Team India, we have a well-defined plan. Because of this workload, Mr. Virat Kohli decided to take over as T20I captain after the next World Cup,” he said.He said He said so. He said that.
“For the past six months, I have been talking to Virat and the leadership team and the decision has been taken. Virat Kohli continues to mould the future of Indian cricket as a player and a senior partner.”