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Friday, December 10, 2021

The BCCI has paid tribute to Kohli's ODI captaincy.

 Kohli has been one of India's best white-ball commanders. In 95 ODIs, he won 65, providing him with a triumphant level of 70 or more. In 45 T20Is, he drove India to triumph multiple times

BCCI on Thursday honored Virat Kohli's ODI captaincy spell on Thursday by sharing a tweet pretty much all the details Kohli had gathered while driving India. On Wednesday, Kohli was supplanted as chief by Rohit Sharma for the forthcoming ODI matches against South Africa. Notwithstanding, Kohli is as yet the captain in the Test design as declared by the BCCI on Wednesday when the board uncovered the Test crew for the South Africa visit.

"A pioneer who drove the side with coarseness, enthusiasm and assurance. Much obliged to you Captain @imVkohli!," the tweet read

Kohli has been one of India's best white-ball commanders. In 95 ODIs, he won 65, providing him with a triumphant level of 70 or more. In 45 T20Is, he drove India to triumph multiple times.

He took over restricted overs captaincy from Dhoni in 2017 and under him India won restricted overs series in each country. Be that as it may, he neglected to win in ICC occasions. The nearest India came to adding worldwide flatware was at the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, where the group lost to Pakistan in the last.

The T20 World Cup in UAE this year was presumably the nadir; India losing their initial two gathering association games against Pakistan and New Zealand and slamming out of the competition in the gathering stage.

The BCCI clearly took a kinder view in the group's T20 World Cup fiasco, considering it as "one terrible competition". In any case, it is taken in the board needed another bearing in restricted overs cricket under another skipper. The following T20 World Cup in Australia is under a year away, while India will have the 50-over World Cup in 2023. The BCCI and the determination panel unmistakably needed to give Rohit time to fabricate the crew for the two forthcoming ICC occasions.

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