Virat Kohli has captained India in 45 T20Is and 95 ODIs.© BCCI
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) treasurer Arun Dhumal on Monday rubbished experiences of Virat Kohli stepping down as India’s limited-overs skipper after the T20 World Cup, saying that the board has not mentioned something on this matter and that he’ll proceed to captain the group in all codecs. “This is all rubbish. Nothing as such is going to happen. This is all media creation,” Arun Dhumal informed NDTV. “BCCI has not met or discussed anything on this issue,” he mentioned.
Kohli has captained India in 45 T20 Internationals (T20Is) and 95 ODIs, main the group to 27 wins within the shortest format and 65 in ODIs.
The T20 World Cup will kick off on October 17 and go on until November 14 within the United Arab Emirates and Oman. India will open their marketing campaign towards arch-rivals Pakistan on October 24 within the first recreation of Tremendous12 Group 2 stage.
India have been grouped with Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan. Two extra groups that can qualify from Round 1 will be part of them.
The first semi-final is scheduled to be performed in Abu Dhabi on November 10 whereas Dubai will host the second semi-final on the following day. Both semis could have reserve days.
The last of T20 World Cup is ready to be performed on November 14 in Dubai with November 15 saved as a reserve day.
India not too long ago named their squad for the marquee occasion and introduced the appointment of former captain MS Dhoni because the group’s mentor for the event.
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