After the T20 World Cup, Virat Kohli will have such an advantage of leaving the captaincy
claimed the former cricketer
This is Virat Kohli’s last T20 World Cup as a captain, but will he get the benefit of leaving the captaincy?
- Virat will leave the captaincy of T20 format
- Trying to ease the pressure on Virat
- Will Kohli get Team India’s WC?
New Delhi: Virat Kohli, the current captain of Team India, has already decided to leave the captaincy of Team India in the shortest format after the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. have announced.
- ‘Virat will have the advantage of leaving the captaincy’
It is difficult to say at the moment how much Team India will benefit after leaving the captaincy of Virat Kohli in the T20 format, but ‘Little Master’ Sunil Gavaskar believes that leaving the captaincy. By taking the decision, the pressure on Kohli will now be reduced.
- ‘Captain has more responsibilities’
Sunil Gavaskar told a news channel ‘When you become a captain, you can’t just think of yourself, he has to talk to a batsman who is going through a bad phase or a Discusses strategies with bowler.
- Is the focus divided on becoming a captain?
Sunil Gavaskar further said, ‘Amidst all this, no one is able to pay attention to his rhythm as per the requirement. When there is no pressure on you, you can concentrate on your game.
- ‘Virat will make a lot of runs’
Sunil Gavaskar said, ‘I think it will be good for Virat that after the T20 World Cup, he does not need to think about the responsibilities. In such a situation, Kohli can now focus on his game and can score a lot of runs.
- Will Virat win the ICC trophy?
Virat Kohli has not won the ICC trophy even once for Team India under his captaincy, so he will try to end this ‘bad luck’ through this tournament.
- Couldn’t score a century for 2 years
After leaving the captaincy of the shortest format after the T20 World Cup, Virat Kohli will have less pressure from above. He has not been able to score a century in international cricket for the last 2 years, so now he will try his best to score a hundred.