Rohit Sharma: Team India Test Vice-Captain is the star cricketer! .. BCCI official announcement soon .. | Rohit Sharma is to be replaced by Ajinkya rahane indias new test vice captain says BCCI reports

Will Rohit Sharma, who has already taken the reins of Team India T20 in place of Rat Kohli, take over as Test vice-captain soon? .. Should current vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane be sacked?

Rohit Sharma: Team India Test vice-captain is that star cricketer! .. BCCI official announcement soon ..

Will Rohit Sharma, who has already taken over the reins of Team India T20I in place of Virat Kohli, take over as Test vice-captain soon? Should BCCI sack current vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane? With the exception of Rahane, the BCCI is planning to hand over the reins of vice-captaincy to Rohit soon. An official announcement is expected next week. Rahane, who has already lost his place in the ODI team, has been failing miserably in Tests for the past two years. With the exception of a century in last year’s Melbourne Test, there are no records of him excelling in recent times.

Rahane continued his poor form in the first Test against the Kiwis at Kanpur. He scored 35 in the first innings and trailed by just 4 in the second innings. He also lost his place in the team for the Mumbai Test. On the other hand, Shreyas Iyer, who made his Test debut, is excelling. With this, Rahane’s place in the team became questionable. As for Rohit, he is leading the Mumbai Indians in the IPL. Under his leadership, the team is a five-time IPL winner. Kohli has recently stepped down as captain of the Team India T20 team. It is learned that the T20 series against Team India Kiwis under Rohit’s captaincy was swept clean.

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