Virat Kohli: India’s early exit from the T20 World Cup has come as a setback to the hopes of Indian fans. It is learned that Virat Kohli has also resigned from the captaincy. With Rohit Sharma replacing Virat Kohli as India’s T20I captain and Rahul Dravid as the new coach, the team will usher in a new era. However, former Pakistan spinner Mushtaq Ahmed said that there are some problems in the current Indian team. This prompted Kohli to step down as T20I captain. Kohli, 33, has stepped down as India’s T20I captain after the T20 World Cup. Mushtaq, however, said that the implication was different.
“If a successful captain says he wants to leave the captaincy, it means the atmosphere in the dressing room is not good. I currently see two groups in the Indian dressing room. This includes Mumbai and Delhi groups, ”he said.
Mustaq, who played 52 Tests and 144 ODIs for Pakistan between 1989 and 2003, made another strong statement that he did not see Kohli staying in the T20s for long. The former leg-spinner attributed this to Kohli’s retirement as T20I captain. However, he announced that he will soon retire from the short format.
“Despite continuing in the Indian Premier League, I think Kohli will soon retire from playing T20 internationals for his country. I think he will not give up this format completely, ”Mustaq told the Geo News Channel.
Finally, the IPL led to India’s poor performance in the Mustaq T20 World Cup. Team India failed to reach the semi-finals of the ICC tournaments for the first time in 9 years. Mushtaq said the busy schedule was also a factor. “India lost the World Cup because of the IPL. I think players who have been in the bio-secure bubble for a long time before the World Cup are tired, ”Mushtaq said.
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