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Ind vs Nam to end Kohli’s era as T20I captain

Ind vs Nam to end Kohli's era as T20I captain

There are a lot of emotions surrounding the occasion as team India will undergo as its last encounter on Monday under the captainship of Virat Kohli.

India, who did not have a great start to their ICC T20 World Cup 2021 campaign, will sign off their event’s journey playing versus Namibia. After losing to Pakistan and New Zealand, their chances, already, were too dim to qualify for the semifinals.

The team was kicked out despite their next magnificent victories over Afghanistan and Scotland following the better NRR of New Zealand and last match’s victory over Afghanistan – the synopsis that was too important for India’s qualification/disqualification.

Notably, before the T20 World Cup began, Kohli announced the extravaganza will be his last T20I assignment as a captain, and the time to bid farewell has already arrived.

Kohli, who has gathered a massive fan line-up over the years, will step in the field for the last time as a T20I captain during Ind vs Nam and will be seen playing as a regular player from onwards.

End of Kohli’s T20I captainship regime:

The next time the men in blue will undergo their T20I match, which is scheduled versus New Zealand on 17th November as per Ind vs NZ series, Rohit Sharma is the probable candidate to take over Kohli’s regime.

Unquestionably, Kohli has been India’s one of the greatest and successful captains but his failure at the big stages of ICC events is very certain. Despite the years of leading, he has never won an ICC trophy despite reaching the semifinal, final numerous times.

Notably, the recently coiled up Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) was also his last for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) as a captain and will continue to render his services with loyalty to the red army as a player.

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