Indian team skipper Virat Kohli gave a solid clue on next contender for the captaincy role during the last round of the match against nambia in T20 World Cup game .
Kohli last played when he led India for the 50th time in the format vs Namibia, which is only the 2nd highest in terms of matches captained by an Indian skipper in T20Is.
India’s skipper Virat Kohli on Monday on choosing the next captain to the side’s for the next series against mighty Newzealand players .
Kohli had declared in front of the competition that he would step down from the position of captaincy in T20Is .
While Kohli didn’t name the next contender for captaincy role but expressly, the 33-year-old said that Rohit Sharma is the current best player to be named for captaincy as he as lot of experience captaining Mumbai Indians by winning many IPL trophies .
Kohli further said its great honor for me by leading team India ,it’s big role to be captaining a side .I was put forth a strong effort. But on the other hand it’s an ideal opportunity to make some space and push ahead. I’ve been tremendously pleased with how the group has played. Presently I believe it’s the ideal opportunity for the following part to stake this group forward. Clearly Rohit is here and he’s neglecting things for some time now,” Kohli said during the presentation ceremony
Rohit Sharma has been generally promoted as India’s next captain in the most limited format While the opener is yet to have a lengthy run as a global skipper, his record as captain in T20Is is excellent, having won 15 of the 19 games he drove team India in.
Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul appear to be the leaders for the captaincy job, according to the reports albeit the BCCI is yet to make it
Reports have additionally uncovered that the board is probably going to make the declaration one week from now when it names the team for the home T20I series against New-Zealand.