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Hitman became the captain of the Indian team, now got another responsibility…

new Delhi. Rohit sharma Test Captain: After leaving the captaincy of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma’s name has already been approved for the captaincy for ODIs and T20 matches. However, there was speculation that KL Rahul or Jasprit Bumrah might get the captaincy of Test matches. All these speculations have come to an end once again because Rohit Sharma has also been given the captaincy of Test matches. The BCCI has appointed Rohit Sharma as the captain for the Test series against Sri Lanka. In such a situation, now all those things have come to an end in which different captains were being demanded in different formats.

KL Rahul will be out of the team

Rohit sharma Test Captain: Running in excellent form, the name of Indian team’s opener KL Rahul was earlier in the discussion for captaincy. After being injured in the first ODI against West Indies, Rahul has been ruled out of that series as well as the Test series against Sri Lanka. Jasprit Bumrah has been given the responsibility of vice-captain when Rishabh Pant is not available for his departure. Let us inform that in the series, former Indian captain and star batsman Virat Kohli as well as wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant have been rested.

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Rohit Sharma’s captaincy is bringing color

Rohit sharma Test Captain: After getting the captaincy, Rohit Sharma’s game has grown even more. On the one hand, his bat is speaking fiercely, while on the other hand, the team is winning continuously under his leadership. Something similar was also seen in the T20 series and ODIs played against the West Indies. The Indian team did not allow this West Indies team to stand anywhere in front of them. This is the reason why Rohit Sharma has also been given the captaincy of the Test in view of his leadership ability.

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Rushabh Kothari

Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.

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