India is Likely to Have a New Captain

India is Likely to Have a New Captain

The 2019 World Cup ended with England’s cricket team winning its first World Cup by beating New Zealand. England won on the bases of the maximum number of boundaries. However, for many, the World Cup ended on the day India lost the semi-final to New Zealand. Most of the game’s experts said the Indian team wanted to lift the cup. However, the trip ended unexpectedly, even after a phenomenal performance throughout the tournament.

Poor selection of batsmen, inability to strengthen the middle order and poor selection of the “number 4” player were among the team’s flaws and the most discussed points throughout the tournament. However, for BCCI, the biggest concern after the conclusion of the World Cup is the division between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. And according to the sources, BCCI is also keen to adopt the idea of the division of the captains.

According to some news, BCCI official said that men in blue should start preparing for future campaigns now. India is expected to follow in the footsteps of England, who began their preparations for the 2019 World Cup after leaving the 2015 edition. According to reports, while Virat Kohli will continue to lead the Indian cricket team during the test matches, Rohit Sharma will assume responsibility for the captaincy in limited player matches.

It would be a good time for Rohit Sharma to assume the role of captain in the ODI format. The current captain and management have received tremendous support. It’s time to plan for the next World Cup. To do this, existing ideas and plans need to be rethought. We all know that some areas need a makeover. Rohit would be the ideal man for the job.

However, more than the division of the captains, this is the division that would have taken place between the two batsmen. The whole issue will be discussed at the review meeting that is expected to take place with coach Ravi Shastri, Captain Kohli and head coach MSK Prasad in the presence of the Board of Directors.