Ganguly supports Rohit Sharma in his bid to lead India as captain until the 2024 T20 World Cup

Ganguly supports Rohit Sharma in his bid to lead India as captain until the 2024 T20 World Cup. Rohit Sharma’s leadership qualities during the ODI World Cup have impressed former captain Sourav Ganguly, who wants him to stay as India captain till the T20 World Cup in the USA and the West Indies next year.

Ganguly showered the Indian team, who finished second after winning ten straight games but losing to Australia in the championship match. The former president of the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) desired that Rohit and Rahul Dravid continue as captain and coach through the T20 World Cup.

“Rohit should remain India’s captain whenever he returns to playing all forms, having performed admirably throughout the World Cup. He is also a leader. “I anticipate and assume that he will remain the captain until the T20 World Cup,” Ganguly stated on Friday during a press conference in this city. Ganguly agreed with Rohit and Virat Kohli’s choice to postpone their white-ball cricket duties.

“You witnessed Virat and Rohit’s performance at the World Cup. They are a vital and significant component of the Indian cricket squad. Due to the differences in pressure, World Cups and bilaterals (series) are not the same. They won the World Cup, and maybe in six and seven months they’ll be the best in the West Indies once more. 

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They were outstanding in that competition. With cricket taking up so much of their time, they have very rightly taken a vacation. They will return invigorated. They play the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the World Cup after a five-Test series against England. Cricket is played nonstop. Ganguly was pleased that Dravid’s term had been prolonged.

“I hope he has success in June in the World Cup. This time he was very, very near. With the manner they played, they were perhaps the greatest team in the tournament even if they didn’t win. He has seven months to prepare for the World Cup in the USA and the West Indies, which he hopes to win rather than finish second, according to Ganguly.

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