Rohit Sharma
India's new ODI captain, Rohit Sharma, takes over from Virat Kohli.


Indian one-day international captain Rohit Sharma has been named.

Virat Kohli is being replaced by Rohit in the post.

The Indian Twenty20 team had already been led by Rohit.

Mohammed Azharuddin has reacted to Rohit Sharma’s promotion as ODI captain in Virat Kohli’s place.

After Virat Kohli stepped down as ODI captain, Mohammed Azharuddin, a former captain of India, responded. Azharuddin complimented Rohit on being given the leadership role in limited-overs internationals and hailed the seasoned opener’s ability as a skipper on Rohit Sharma, India’s new ODI and T20 captain, has a lot to live up to after Virat Kohli’s departure. As promised, he has the ability to lead the team as he had stated. Azharuddin congratulated the new skipper in Hindi on his Koo profile.

On Wednesday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) selected Rohit as India’s one-day international captain for the tour of South Africa.

Second, in command of India’s Test team, Rohit succeeded the underwhelming Ajinkya Rahane.

On Wednesday, the BCCI tweeted that the All-India Senior Selection Committee has also chosen to name Rohit Sharma as the captain of the ODI and T20I teams.

That’s why Sourav Ganguly, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), announced Thursday that the selectors didn’t want to have two separate white-ball ODI leaders.

“The BCCI and the selectors made this decision together. Virat had been asked by the BCCI not to step down as the T20I captain, but he refused. Ganguly said the selectors didn’t think it was appropriate to have two different white-ball captains for two distinct tournaments.

That’s why Virat will remain Test captain and Rohit will take over as white-ball skipper. Virat Kohli has spoken to both the president and the chairman of the selectors.

Rohit Sharma’s leadership talents are fully supported, and Virat will continue as the Test captain. ” Indian cricket is in good hands with the BCCI. The BCCI president went on to say, “We thank Virat Kohli for his services in the white-ball game.”

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