- CoC chief will be review meeting with Vinod Rai, Ravi Shastri, Kohli and Chief Selector Prasad
- BCCI official said that preparations will be considered in new ways, new plans will be created
Jul 15, 2019, 02:06 PM
Sports desk Major changes can be made in the Indian team, which has been eliminated from New Zealand in the World Cup semi-final. According to an official of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Virat Kohli can be replaced by Rohit Sharma as ODI captain and regular captain of T20. Kohli can remain Test captain.
"The process of change will be started soon to improve the team," the official told news agency IANS. The official said, "It is the right time that Rohit Sharma will take charge of the 50-over format and be prepared mentally for this too. It should also support the current captain and the team management. "He denied rumors of the controversy between the current captain Virat and vice-captain Rohit.
Rohit best choice for captaincy
He said, "Now time is not about talking on old things, but rather for preparations ahead. This is the time that we should now start preparations for the next World Cup. Should consider team preparations in new ways and make new plans. We know that the team needs to see it again in a new way and make changes in certain areas. Rohit can be the best option for this. "
The official said that Vinod Rai, head of the Administrator's Committee (COA), has said that there will be a review meeting soon. Coach Ravi Shastri, Captain Virat Kohli and Chief Selector MSK Prasad will be present in this.
Rohit has scored the most runs in the World Cup
The Indian team was eliminated by losing 18 runs to New Zealand in the World Cup semifinal. Indian opener Rohit proved to be the highest run-getter in the tournament. He scored 648 runs in nine matches. He was followed by David Warner of Australia, who missed the match with just one run. Warner scored 647 runs in 10 matches of the tournament. Kohli remained 11th in this list, making 9 matches, with 443 runs. The top-11 batsmen who made the most runs included England 4, Australia and India 2-2.