T20 World Cup 2021: Virat Kohli Says “Indian Cricket Is In Good Hands” Ahead Of Last Game As India’s T20I Captain


T20 World Cup: "Indian Cricket Is In Good Hands," Says Virat Kohli Ahead Of Last Game As Indias T20I Captain

T20 WC: Virat Kohli bid adieu to his duty as skipper within the shortest format.© Twitter

In his last match as Group India’s T20I captain, an emotional Virat Kohli bid adieu to his duty as skipper within the shortest format. He had inherited the function from present group mentor MS Dhoni. Kohli had introduced earlier than the continuing T20 World Cup that the event can be his final because the skipper within the shortest worldwide format. Kohli showcased his gratitude for having led the group and defined what it meant to steer India within the T20 format.

Talking throughout the toss, Kohli mentioned, “It has been an honour to captain India and I’ve carried out my greatest. The shortest format has to present manner for the longer codecs. I have been grateful for the chance. It is time for the following lot to take the group ahead.”

Apparently, Kohli talked about his deputy Rohit Sharma whereas stating that India can be in “good palms” after his exit because the chief within the format.

“Rohit has been trying on anyway, and Indian cricket is in good palms,” he added.

Kohli absolutely wore his coronary heart on his sleeve whereas main India within the T20I format whether or not it was at house, away, bilateral and ICC occasions.


Kohli is main India for the 50th time within the format versus Namibia, which is barely the second highest by way of matches captained by an Indian skipper in T20Is. Dhoni leads the all-time listing with 72 matches as captain.

Up to now, he has registered 29 wins, 16 loses with two no-results and two matches being tied. His win share of 63.82 continues to be higher than Dhoni’s 59.28.

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