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Virat Kohli gets Jay Shah’s support, as long as the team is doing well, there will be no change of leadership

Since Monday morning, such news was going on that the BCCI has decided to hand over the captaincy of the team to Rohit Sharma in place of Virat Kohli in white ball cricket.

BCCI secretary Jay Shah says that there is no threat to the captaincy of Indian team captain Virat Kohli in ODI-T20. He will continue to lead the same team after the upcoming T20 World Cup to be held in UAE. Since Monday morning, such news was going on that the BCCI has decided to hand over the command of the team to Rohit Sharma in white ball cricket.Also Read – Before IPL 2021 UAE AB de Villiers considers himself old, I have to keep myself fresh

Jay Shah said during a conversation with the Indian Express newspaper, “As long as Team India is performing well, there will be no change in the captaincy.” Referring to the impressive 2-1 lead against the hosts on the recent tour of England, Shah admitted that the team is progressing very well under the leadership of Virat Kohli. This is the reason that at present there is no discussion going on in the BCCI regarding the change in the leadership of the team. Also Read – Before the start of IPL 2021, Kohli said – the players coming as replacements have good talent

Jay Shah also termed the Indian team, which took the field under the leadership of Virat Kohli, for the upcoming T20 World Cup as very spectacular. Let us tell you that the Times of India newspaper had published the news on Monday morning that after the T20 World Cup 2021, Virat Kohli will take over the command of the team only in Test cricket. Also Read – BCCI wants fifth Test of the series, not the only Test: Sourav Ganguly

It was told in the report that Virat Kohli now wants to become the number-1 batsman again by focusing on his batting. This is the reason why BCCI has made up its mind to promote Rohit Sharma as the captain after the upcoming World Cup in ODI and T20 cricket.

Earlier on Monday, BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal also dismissed reports of Virat’s removal from the captaincy.

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