Virat Kohli has left the captaincy of India in T20 format. Indian fans will never be able to forget the way the International Cricket Council (ICC), the biggest body of cricket, has reacted to Virat Kohli leaving the T20 captaincy. In the coming few days, Rohit Sharma can be given the captaincy of T20. This player will become the new captain of Team India. Kohli gets emotional in farewell match.
This is how the ICC reacted to Kohli
Team India’s journey in T20 World Cup 2021 ended before the semi-finals. On Monday, India’s last league match was against Namibia, in which India won by 9 wickets. This match was the last match of Virat Kohli’s T20 captaincy. Virat Kohli has left the captaincy of India in T20 format. The International Cricket Council (ICC), the biggest cricket body, also became emotional after Virat Kohli left the T20 captaincy. On social media, ICC did such a thing for Virat Kohli, which no Indian fan will forget.
This is how the ICC reacted to Virat Kohli
Actually, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has put a photo of Virat Kohli’s last match as T20 captain on the cover page of his Twitter account. The ICC has done this to pay respect to Virat Kohli, which Indian fans will also feel very proud to see. Let us tell you that Virat Kohli had already announced that he will step down from the captaincy of the T20 format after the T20 World Cup.
Virat Kohli revealed who will get the T20 captaincy of Team India after him.
He has indicated Rohit’s name for this post. Virat said, ‘I am very proud of the way the team has played. Now I think the time has come to give the responsibility to others to take this team forward. Obviously Rohit is here and he has been looking into things for some time. The way Virat took Rohit’s name, it is now clear that Rohit is going to be the new captain of this team.
Kohli said this in the farewell match
After leaving the T20 captaincy, Virat Kohli could not stop himself and he publicly disclosed a lot about himself and Team India. After leaving the captaincy, Virat Kohli said, ‘It is an honor for me (leading the team), I was given a chance and I tried to do my best. But it’s about making room for others and moving forward. Now I am feeling very relieved. In the last 6 to 7 years, whenever I stepped into the field, I played hard cricket, which has a lot of effect on the body.
Virat Kohli ODI captaincy will also be in danger after leaving the captaincy of T20
Under Kohli’s captaincy, Team India has played 50 matches in T20 cricket, winning 30 and losing 16. As captain, Kohli could not win a single ICC tournament for Team India, after which he had to leave the captaincy of T20. After leaving the captaincy of T20, Virat Kohli’s ODI captaincy will also be in danger. In such a situation, in the coming few days, Rohit Sharma can be given the captaincy of ODI and T20.