Thursday, December 1, 2022

Rohit Sharma Team India: Rohit Sharma came to the fore amid speculation of snatching the captaincy, engaged on new mission

There has been a stir in Indian cricket after the defeat in T20 World Cup 2022. The BCCI has dismissed the selection committee on Friday and now Team India is ready to embark on a new path. There are also reports that the BCCI may now return to the theory of separate captains and Rohit Sharma’s captaincy may be withdrawn from the T20 format.

Amidst all these speculations, Captain Rohit Sharma has appeared for the first time after the T20 World Cup defeat. On Saturday (November 19), Rohit Sharma shared some pictures on his Instagram, which went viral.

Rohit Sharma shared pictures while training at the stadium here, in which he is running and doing exercises. These pictures of Rohit Sharma were immediately liked by millions of people on Instagram and it became a topic of discussion as soon as they saw it.

Let us inform that Team India’s regular captain Rohit Sharma is on break after T20 World Cup 2022 and he is not a part of New Zealand series. Rohit Sharma will now be seen directly on Bangladesh tour, where Team India has to play ODI and Test series.

T20 captaincy will be taken back from Rohit Sharma?

These pictures also become special because Rohit Sharma is being discussed since the T20 World Cup. Everyone is giving their opinion on his poor form in the World Cup, the defeat under his leadership. Meanwhile, BCCI has started taking action.

On Friday, the selection committee headed by Chetan Sharma was sacked. After this, it is believed that BCCI can now move towards different captaincy formats. That is, the command of T20 can be handed over to any other player and Rohit Sharma will only take command of the ODI-Test team.

However, this is just speculation right now. Rohit Sharma was given the command of Team India after the T20 World Cup 2021 last year. During this, India won many bilateral series under his leadership, but lost in big events like Asia Cup and T20 World Cup 2022.

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