Former selector and former player Dilip Vengsarkar has defended the BCCI over the appointment of captains. It is not wrong to have different captains for Tests and ODIs ….
Former selector and former player Dilip Vengsarkar has defended the BCCI over the appointment of captains. He said it was not wrong to have different captains for Tests and ODIs. Wenger, who was once the team selector, said a different captaincy would benefit the team in the near future. “The BCCI has taken the right step in making Rohit Sharma the Indian white-ball captain in ODIs and T20Is. Rohit has been doing well for the last while. He is looking forward to the captaincy. I think this is a good thing, “Vengsarkar told The Indian Express.
“Now Virat Kohli can focus on Test cricket and Rohit can focus on white-ball cricket. He has given many titles to Mumbai Indians in IPL. ” Said the former Indian batsman. The appointment of Rohit Sharma as the ODI captain came as a surprise to some fans. His captaincy record was well put aside. Kohli has said he will step down as T20 team captain ahead of the T20 World Cup.
“Having different captains in cricket is nothing new. Several teams around the world are already implementing this strategy. Ian Morgan captains England in ODIs and T20s, while Joe Root leads the team in Tests. The team has been excelling in international cricket in recent times. Joe Root and Ian Morgan both excel as Test and white-ball captains. Split captaincy comes together for both Virat and Rohit. Reduces stress on them. You can focus better on the game, ”said Dilip Vengsarkar.
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