Check Out The BCCI Source Report, To See That Rohit Sharma Will Lead The ICC T20 World Cup In 2024, No Place For Virat Kohli.

Check Out The BCCI Source Report, To See That Rohit Sharma Will Lead The ICC T20 World Cup In 2024, No Place For Virat Kohli

Significant news has emerged: Virat Kohli, Team India’s star batsman, will not be available for the forthcoming ICC T20 World Cup in 2024. There will be a significant change in the team’s leadership for the competition, which is slated to take place in the Caribbean and the US in June 2024, as Rohit Sharma is ready to take charge.

When India lost to England in the semifinals of the 2022 T20 World Cup, Virat Kohli was not present for the Twenty20 Internationals. The former captain hasn’t played in any T20I matches since, indicating a break from the game’s shortest format.

On the other hand, Rohit Sharma, who hasn’t participated in a Twenty20 International since the 2022 World Cup, will assume the captaincy during the forthcoming T20 World Cup. Selectors, head coach Rahul Dravid, and BCCI representatives attended the recent BCCI meeting where the decision was made.

According to reports, selectors and BCCI officials are happy with how young players like Shubman Gill and Yashasvi Jaiswal performed. Due to this confidence, Virat Kohli was left off of the T20I squad, which resulted in a major change in the makeup of the squad.


During the meeting, Rohit Sharma’s wish to be officially named the T20 World Cup captain was discussed. There was unanimous agreement among the selectors and officials to keep Rohit in charge of the next big event.

With this latest rejection, Virat Kohli’s remarkable T20I career comes to an unsatisfactory end. Being the most successful run scorer in several T20 World Cups, Kohli leaves a big hole in the T20I lineup.

In a related development, the BCCI announced that after requesting a break, both Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli would miss the forthcoming T20I and ODI series against South Africa. But it’s anticipated that both of the senior batters will play in the Test matches that are planned for the South Africa tour.

Two Tests, three ODIs, and three Twenty20 Internationals will make up India’s tour of South Africa. The first Twenty20 International will take place in Durban on December 10. The limited-overs series is more intriguing because of the absence of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli from the team.

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