BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal denied the media experiences that instructed that India may go for a break up captaincy, which means, Rohit Sharma can be the captain of the T20I and ODI facet, whereas Kohli would proceed because the Take a look at captain.
BCCI has made it clear that there are not any such plans sooner or later and Virat Kohli will stay the captain of all three codecs.
A report revealed within the TOI stated Rohit Sharma may take over the reins from Virat Kohli if India fails to win the ICC T20 World Cup within the UAE and Oman in October-November this 12 months.
Nonetheless, Dhumal rubbished such claims. “This is all rubbish. Nothing as such is happening. This is all what you guys (media) are talking about. BCCI has not met or discussed anything on this issue (split captaincy),” Dhumal advised IANS.
“Virat will remain as the captain (of all formats),” he added,
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Earlier, it was stated that the rationale for Virat Kohli purportedly stepping down as captain may be very easy. Kohli feels that his batting throughout codecs wants extra time and better impetus as India is trying to play two World Cups in 2022 and 2023.