Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will not be selected in India’s T20 squad, major report has emerged

Since the T20 World Cup, many vicissitudes have been seen in the Indian team. It is now said that the team’s star batsman Rohit Sharma and former captain Virat Kohli will not be part of Team India in T20 International. According to the report, Rohit and Virat will no longer be selected in the T20 squad.

A few days ago, the head coach of the India team, Rahul Dravid, had said that now the team is preparing for the upcoming T20 World Cup. There has been speculation ever since that now both batsmen will not be selected in the T20 squad.

Senior players like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will stay away from the T20 squad. Recently, in the T20 series played against Sri Lanka, the young Indian team led by Hardik Pandya won the series 2-1 with a brilliant performance. Seeing this team performance, BCCI can make such difficult decisions.

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In the midst of all this news, Rohit Sharma had said something important about his career at T20 International at today’s press conference. He had said that I have not yet decided to leave the T20 format. After this statement by Rohit, the discussions about the T20 have intensified again. However, there is still no official confirmation about the Indian T20 team.

Rohit Sharma has played a total of 148 T20 International matches in his career so far. In 140 innings of these matches, he scored 3853 runs at an average of 31.32 and a strike rate of 139.24. In it he has scored 4 centuries and 29 half centuries.

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While Virat Kohli has played a total of 115 T20 International matches in his career so far. In 107 innings of these matches, he has scored 4,008 runs at an average of 52.73 and a strike rate of 137.96. In this, he has scored 1 century and 37 half centuries.

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