- India’s T20 World Cup campaign ends with the match against Namibia
- Virat Kohli has hinted that Rohit Sharma could be his successor
- With the T20 World Cup, the tenure of head coach Ravi Shastri has also ended.
Before the final match of the T20 World Cup against Namibia, Kohli said, ‘I am proud of the way the team played. Now the time has come for the new captain to take this team forward. There is definitely Rohit Sharma and he is watching a lot. “It is an honor for me, I was given the opportunity and I have tried my best,” he said. But now is the time to move on.
The Indian team’s campaign in the T20 World Cup came to an end with the match against Namibia. At the same time, the Kohli era as the captain of the T20 team has also come to an end. Virat Kohli had earlier announced that he would step down as the captain of the T20 team after the T20 World Cup. He also stepped down as the captain of the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Apart from this, Ravi Shastri’s tenure as head coach has also come to an end. Ravi Shastri, who was the head coach for five years, also had a tenure till the T20 World Cup. Apart from Shastri, the tenure of bowling coach Bharat Arun has also come to an end. Now Rahul Dravid has been chosen as the new coach of Team India. Dravid will be the head coach of the team for the home series against New Zealand.