Dhumal, around the same time of the rise of such reports, further expressed plainly that Virat Kohli will keep on captaining India in every one of the three configurations of the game, and furthermore affirmed that BCCI didn’t have any gathering with respect to the group’s captaincy.
Certain new reports were reminiscent of India taking on split captaincy to not just reduce the weight from Virat Kohli – who has been driving the country in each of the three organizations since 2018, and in Tests since 2014 – yet additionally on the grounds that the board isn’t happy with his group determination decisions and the misfortune against New Zealand in the World Test Championship last in June 2021. Nonetheless, Dhumal named every one of the hypotheses to be bogus and “media-made”.
“This is all junk. Nothing as such will occur. This is all media creation,” Arun Dhumal told NDTV. “BCCI has not met or talked about anything on this issue. “Virat will stay as the commander (everything being equal),” he said.
India’s quest for ICC prize
Under Kohli, Team India held the best position in ICC Test rankings for five straight years, while he is the organization’s fourth best chief (behind Graeme Smith, Ricky Ponting, and Steve Waugh) having won 38 of the 65 Tests he has captained. In the restricted overs design, India has won 27 of their 45 T20Is and 65 of their 95 ODIs under Kohli.
In spite of the fact that, Kohli is yet to stake guarantee on any significant ICC competition, with India last ICC competition win tracing all the way back to 2013 Champions Trophy under MS Dhoni. Following that, the group has lost 2014 T20 World Cup last to Sri Lanka, 2016 T20 World Cup semi-last to West Indies, 2017 Champions Trophy last to Pakistan, 2015 and 2019 ODI World Cup semi-finals to Australia and New Zealand, individually, while the WTC last more as of late in 2021.
India set out on their next ICC competition as the impending T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman from October 24.