Chappell hints: Rohit Sharma is the right fit for Team India captaincy

Chappell hints: Rohit Sharma is the right fit for Team India captaincy Chappell hints: Rohit Sharma is the right fit for Team India captaincy

The BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal recently denied reports that Virat Kohli will step down from the captaincy in the ODI and T20 formats after the T20 World Cup 2021. Virat Kohli will continue as the team captain in all three formats. One more thing, Rohit Sharma will not take over as the white ball captain. He said there had been no discussion on the matter so far. However, former Australia captain Ian Chappell has recently responded to Rohit's captaincy. He also praised Team India.

In a recent interview, Chappell said, "There is no doubt that the Indian team is a wonderful all-around team. This was made clear once again by a series of successes abroad. India, the team that won the series in Australia. Stood undefeated on home soil. Team India has a strong reserve bench. Rahane's failure is a minus point for Team India in the series against England. Rohit Sharma has already been praised as an effective captain. Chappell says Rohit can effectively carry out Test team vice-captaincy responsibilities.

However, here’s some nourishment for thought. Virat Kohli has captained the team in 95 ODIs so far with 65 wins and 27 losses. The success rate as a captain is 70.43. Under his captaincy, Team India won 27 of 45 T20s and lost 14. In the case of Rohit Sharma, he was the captain in 10 ODIs and scored 8 wins. He went on to win 15 of 19 T20s. The statistics are pleasantly shocking, aren’t they?