Why Rohit Sharma Should Replace Virat Kohli as Limited-Overs Skipper?
For many, it might seem quite farcical, but it has to be a way forward as India is yet to encourage the split captaincy across formats. It’s also about understanding the situation and for the benefit of the national team for the desired results.
On the captaincy front, Kohli hadn’t been that bad either. Also, Rohit had been equally at task to thrive in testing conditions whenever he had got that opportunity. All in all, it’s a match to play a defining role in India’s contemporary cricket.
In 2017, Kohli had led to his team in the Champions Trophy final before making it to the semi-final of the twelfth edition of the World Cup.
The batting giant had taken inputs from MS Dhoni to make things happen in the crunch situations of the game. There have been the captains who had taken their teams from nadir to zenith.
Here we’re discussing at least five reasons that why Rohit could replace Virat Kohli as a limited-overs skipper:
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The effervescent character Rohit Sharma had impressed with his leadership in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He had been impactful with the bat at the top which further saw him playing according to the situation for the blue brigade.
The star cricketer had played an imperative role as a batsman and skipper for Indians. So far, he had won four titles with latest coming in 2019.
Overall, Rohit had led his side with aplomb by maintaining calmness in the team.
Meanwhile, Kohli is yet to win the title for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
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