Gavaskar says Rohit Sharma should be India’s captain for the next two T20 World Cups

Gavaskar says Rohit Sharma should be India’s captain: Rohit led India to victory in the Nidahas Trophy. T20 tournament and the 2018 Asia Cup, which was played in ODI format. The hard-hitting Sunil Gavaskar wants daring starting player Rohit Sharma. To lead India in the next two World Cups in place of incumbent Virat Kohli. Who will step down from the T20 lead position after next month’s masterpiece.

Kohli announced earlier this month that he would step down as team captain in T20 format at the end of the upcoming World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and Oman from October 17 to November 14. While the BCCI has not announced a new captain for the T20 team, Rohit is strongly encouraged to take the reins.

“I think (of) Rohit Sharma (as captain) for the next two World Cups,” Gavaskar said on Star Sports show ‘Cricket Connected’.

Rohit has been Kohli’s cue ball substitute since 2017.

Gavaskar added, “You could say they (World Cups) are back-to-back, one starting in a month and another exactly a year from now. So clearly, yes, you don’t want to change too many captains at this particular stage.

Rohit led India to victory in the Nidahas Trophy T20 tournament. And the 2018 Asia Cup which was played in ODI format.

He is also the most successful captain in the history of the IPL with five trophies to his name for the Mumbai Indians.

As for the vice-captain of the Indian T20 team. The legendary Gavaskar believes that the captain of Punjab King, KL Rahul. And the captain of Delhi Capital, Rishabh Pant, is the two best options for the position in the period ahead. Named DC captain for the 2021 IPL after injuring regular captain Shreyas Iyer. Pant has led his team to eight wins in 11 games.

India should officially host the next edition of the World Cup. Which will now be held in the UAE and Oman due to the COVID19 situation in India. The 2020 edition of the T20 World Cup in Australia. Has been canceled due to the global pandemic, which will take place next year.

India will host the ICC ODI World Cup in 2023.

The shorter format masterpiece, which India first won in 2007 with Mahendra Singh Dhoni, will be release in the United Arab Emirates and Oman on October 17.

Rohit currently leads the Mumbai Indians in the IPL and, along with Captain Virat Kohli. Will be a key member of the formidable India batting team. Rohit has accumulated 2,864 races in 111 T20 Internationals averaging 32.54 using 422 fifties.

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