“There have been no talks on cut up captaincy,” stated BCCI Vice-President Rajeev Shukla.© PTI
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Vice-President Rajeev Shukla is just not impressed by the most recent rumours of Team India taking a look at a change of captain within the limited-overs format after the T20 World Cup in UAE and Oman. Reports have been doing the rounds that Rohit Sharma might take over on the finish of the showpiece occasion and Kohli might proceed because the Test captain and deal with his batting. Speaking to ANI, Shukla stated whereas there isn’t any fact to this hearsay, it can be crucial the staff focuses on the showpieces occasion quite than getting distracted by such information.
“There is nothing to this hearsay. Also, let’s deal with the T20 World Cup quite than taking part in soothsayer and predicting the long run. There have been no talks on cut up captaincy,” he stated.
The Indian nationwide selectors final Wednesday picked the squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup. There have been inputs from Rohit in addition to the deputy of the limited-overs staff and that appears to have led to talks of cut up captaincy submit the World Cup.
Coming again to the squad, in a shock transfer, R Ashwin was included within the staff which can start its marketing campaign within the showpiece occasion in opposition to arch-rivals Pakistan. He had final performed a T20I in opposition to the West Indies in July 2017. Yuzvendra Chahal missed out as MS Dhoni would be the mentor of the staff.
While the BCCI has the internet hosting rights, the match has been moved in a foreign country with an eye fixed on the COVID-19 pandemic.
India will tackle Pakistan on October 24 in a group-stage encounter. The match will get underway from October 17, with the ultimate to be performed in Dubai on November 14.
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