On the off chance that specific ongoing reports are anything to pass by, Virat Kohli, who declared his choice to venture down as Team India’s T20I captain after the finish of the 2021 T20 World Cup, proposed the BCCI determination council to eliminate his appointee Rohit Sharma from his situation of India’s white-ball vice- skipper.
It has been expressed that Virat Kohli needed KL Rahul to be named India’s vice captain in ODIs while Rishabh Pant in T20Is, attributable to Rohit Sharma’s age who is 34 years of age. In the interim, while reporting his choice of giving up T20I captaincy after the T20 World Cup, Kohli conceded in his post that it was a choice that took him “a great deal of time” to make, while he counselled his “nearby individuals, Ravi bhai and furthermore Rohit”.
“Of course, arriving at this decision took a lot of time. After a lot of contemplation and discussions with my close people. Ravi [Shastri] bhai and also Rohit [Sharma], who have been an essential part of the leadership group, I’ve decided to step down as the T20 Captain after this T20 World Cup in Dubai in October. I have also spoken to the secretary Mr Jay Shah and the President of BCCI Mr Sourav Ganguly along with all the selectors about the same. I will continue to serve Indian Cricket and the Indian Team to the best of my ability.”said by Virat Kohli.
“Virat knew that he would have been removed from white ball captaincy. If the team doesn’t do well at the UAE World T20, he was gone for good as far as white ball leadership is concerned. He just reduced a bit of pressure on himself as it would seem that he is there on his own terms. It might not happen for 50 overs if the performance in T20 hits a downward spiral,” quoted by BCCI Insider as said by Cricket Addictor.
“In case of MS (Dhoni), his room would be open 24×7 and players could just walk in, play the PS4, have a meal and let their hair down and if required talk cricket… Beyond the ground, Kohli is literally incommunicado.” Said by BCCI Officials.
“Rohit has shades of MSD but in a different manner. He takes the junior players out for meals, gives them a friendly pat on the back when they are down and knows the mental aspects of a player’s make-up inside out.”