New Delhi. Virat Kohli has announced his resignation from the captaincy of the T20 team. In this way, the way has been cleared for Rohit Sharma to be made the new captain after the T20 World Cup. Even after resigning from the captaincy of Kohli, the troubles of BCCI will not be reduced. Talking about England and Australia, the captains of limited overs and test teams are different there. But Kohli has made it clear that he will continue to captain the ODI team. In such a situation, it will not be easy for the board to implement the formula of split captaincy like two big countries.
Talking about Australia, Tim Paine is the captain of Test. Aaron Finch leads the ODI and T20 team. Penn is also not part of the team in ODIs and T20 Internationals. On the other hand, when it comes to England, Eoin Morgan has the captaincy of the ODI and T20 teams. Joe Root is the captain of the Test team. Root has not found a place in the English team for the T20 World Cup 2021. That is, the situation is completely clear regarding the game of white ball and red ball in both the countries.
BCCI’s troubles will increase
Virat Kohli will remain the captain of the Test as well as the ODI team. That is, he will continue to captain both the white ball and red ball formats. In such a situation, Rohit Sharma will not have much to do as a captain. In 2023, the ODI World Cup is also to be held in India itself. In such a situation, after the T20 World Cup, the BCCI can also give the command of the ODI team to Rohit Sharma, otherwise his troubles will keep increasing.
The team will also get a new coach
Apart from Virat Kohli, the tenure of coach Ravi Shastri is also coming to an end after the T20 World Cup. The team is about to get a new coach. According to some reports, the board will invite applications for a new coach after the T20 World Cup. Before that, Rahul Dravid can be made interim coach. He also went on a tour of Sri Lanka with the team recently. He is also the most trusted person in BCCI.