Rajeev Shukla Said, “There Have Been No Talks On Split Captaincy, Let’s Focus On The T20 World Cup”.

BCCI VP Rajeev Shukla said while there is no reality to this gossip, it is significant the group centers around the show-stoppers occasion as opposed to getting occupied by such news.

BCCI VP Rajeev Shukla has responded to the bits of gossip about changes in Team India’s authority in the more limited organizations. A few media reports have expressed that current commander Virat Kohli would venture down from his post in T20Is and ODIs after the T20 World Cup, in the UAE and Oman, and could proceed as the Test skipper and spotlight on his batting. The reports added that Rohit Sharma could dominate.

Notwithstanding, Shukla rubbished every such report. While talking with news office ANI, the BCCI VP said while there is no fact to this gossip, it is significant the group centers around the masterpieces occasion as opposed to getting diverted by such news.

“There isn’t anything to this talk. Likewise, we should zero in on the T20 World Cup instead of playing diviner and foreseeing what’s to come. There have been no discussions on split captaincy,” Shukla said, as cited by ANI.

Last week, the Indian public selectors picked a solid 15-part crew for the forthcoming T20 World Cup. In an unexpected move, R Ashwin has been remembered for the group which will start its mission in the show-stopper occasion against most outstanding opponents Pakistan. He had last played a T20I against West Indies in July 2017. Yuzvendra Chahal passed up a great opportunity as MS Dhoni will be the guide of the group.

While the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has the facilitating rights, the competition has been moved out of the country with an eye on the Covid-19 pandemic. India and Pakistan will clash on October 24 in a gathering stage experience. The competition will get in progress from October 17, with the last to be played in Dubai on November 14.

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