Virat Kohli stepped down as T20 captain after the first half of the IPL 2021. Kohli took his time, thinking about his prior efforts. He decided that as a captain, he’s giving enough for T20 cricket. He then stepped aside as Team India’s captain for T20 matches and IPL matches. Though, T20 world cup will be his last tournament as the captain.
He’s solely interested in playing T20 cricket as a batsman further T20 world cup. As a result, other aspiring cricketers will be able to understand and accept responsibility.
The head of the BCCI, Saurav Ganguly, meanwhile, expressed surprise at Kohli’s choice. Ganguly was taken aback by Kohli’s decision to step down as T20 skipper so soon. Nobody ever said anything to Kohli about his captaincy, and Kohli was not under any pressure to make the decision, according to Ganguly. As a result, Kohli was the single decision-maker. He also revealed why he resigned from the capataincy. Everyone praised him on his role as captain and the contribution he has made to the squad.
T20 World Cup is the last tournament for Kohli as the T20 captain
Kohli sent an aesthetic note on all of his social media accounts about his decision to step down as T20 skipper. He talked about his workload and his love of cricket. He went on to say that his decision will give his batting a new lease on life and that it is a risky move that will benefit everyone. He spoke with Coach Ravi Shastri and his close pals Rohit Sharma and Ab de Villiers about their thoughts.
Virat expresses his ideas and claims that during his time as captain, he has given everything to the team. And he’ll be giving it his all for the final time in the T20 world cup. He will only captain ODI and Test cricket after that.
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