Former Australia cricketer: Former Australia spinner. Brad Hogg expressed his hope that the Indian dressing room will not be. divided by the “slight division between these two particular players” when. Rohit Sharma succeeded Virat Kohli as white-ball skipper.
Former Australia cricketer: The decision to name Rohit Sharma as. India’s new white-ball skipper has elicited diverse emotions from the cricketing community. Several present and past cricketers have questioned whether the Board of Control for Cricket in. India (BCCI) made the right decision in replacing. Virat Kohli as ODI captain ahead of the South Africa tour. Former Australia spinner. Brad Hogg expressed his hope that the Indian dressing room will not be “divided” as a result of the leadership upheaval.
“It’s actually a blessing in disguise, in my opinion. I only hope that when they embark on their next tour, the. Locker room isn’t divided by this minor schism between these two players “Hogg stated this in a video on his. YouTube channel.
Hogg remarked, “Both of them have to embrace it, get in that change room, and take Indian cricket ahead.”
According to the 50-year-old, India’s talent pool has the potential to dominate Test cricket for the next few years.
“With the quality they have in batting and bowling. Indian cricket should rule world cricket for at least the next five years.”
Hogg went on to say that this move is a “blessing in disguise” for. Kohli, as it allows him to concentrate more on his batting in the longest format of the game.
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