Virat Kohli’s choice to give up his T20I captaincy after the 2021 T20 World Cup has shocked the entire cricketing world. Still the clarification that he gave for taking the big decision is still shocking to many fans .
India normally don’t play in more than 10 T-20 Internationals in a schedule year and skipping T20I captaincy for managing responsibility looks a big reason than a true work to tackle this issue.
Despite of leaving the captaincy position Kohli will keep on playing T20Is as an batsman, which means he won’t move any time away from cricket. Also, you don’t need any specialist or expert the understand that restricting the game time is the best way to deal with a player’s responsibility.
Kohli also plays in the Indian premier league that too in an under two months time. Leading an IPL team is far more debilitating than captaining India in the most shortest format. The way that he will keep on leading RCB, makes us can’t help thinking about how he would deal with his responsibility.
Further he argued with the Officals on Rohit,He is not getting younger and it is very important to give chance for youngstars in the leadership role.
The proposition clearly didn’t go down well with the selection committee , who saw Rohit as an ideal contender to have Kohli’s spot as the skipper of the Indian team in the shortest format of the game.
This didn’t go down well with the Board which accepts that Kohli doesn’t need a genuine replacement,”.