Previous India chief and ex-BCCI administrator of selectors Dilip Vengsarkar has figured that the BCCI has taken the smart action by delegating Rohit Sharma as India’s full-time white-ball captain. The BCCI as of late made the declaration that Sharma will supplant Virat Kohli as India’s ODI captain. This choice brought in blended responses from the cricketing brotherhood.
As indicated by a couple of the choice is correct thinking about that India hasn’t won an ICC title under Kohli. Nonetheless, some vibe that the administration more likely than not endured a tad longer as the 2023 50-over World Cup is occurring at home. As indicated by Dilip Vengsarkar, Sharma has done well in white-ball cricket as a pioneer and consequently the call is the right one.
“The BCCI has taken the smart action in making Rohit Sharma the India white-ball chief across ODIs and T20Is. Rohit has been doing great for a long while presently and he was holding back to get his captaincy turn. I feel it is a decent move.
Dilip Vengsarkar Virat Kohli can focus on Test cricket and Rohit can focus on white-ball cricket, in which he has done astoundingly well as a pioneer up until this point. He has won many titles for Mumbai Indians in the IPL and has likewise done well in whatever games he has been given as skipper of the Indian group,” added the previous India player,” Vengsarkar told The Indian Express.
I feel there will be no issue with having two power habitats: Dilip Vengsarkar
There have been a great deal of discussions on the split captaincy and it has now entered Indian cricket too. Dilip Vengsarkar addressed the case of England wherein the side has two unique captains in Tests and white-ball cricket. He said that it has worked for themselves and it can work for Kohli and Sharma too.
“I feel there will be no issue of having two power habitats in the Indian changing area. These are proficient players all things considered and they will continue ahead with the current task. A similar will be the situation for the young people, they will hope to get their possibility and get it.
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As we find in England, Joe Root and Eoin Morgan are both doing great as Test and white-ball chiefs. So split captaincy can work for both Virat and Rohit too. They won’t be overburdened. It will facilitate the strain on them as they will not be under the spotlight constantly. They can focus on their game better in different configurations as well,” Vengsarkar added.