The return of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli in the T20 International impossible, not even against New Zealand…

These days, the Indian team is playing a three match T20 series against Sri Lanka under the leadership of Hardik Pandya. In this, the Indian team won the first match and took a 1-0 series lead. Many young players have appeared in the Indian team captained by Hardik. The India team performed well in the absence of veteran players like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. Due to this performance of the young players, the return of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli to the T20 squad seems impossible.

After the Sri Lanka series, the Indian team will play three ODI and T20 matches against New Zealand. The ODI series against New Zealand will start on January 18. After this, the T20 series will be played from January 27. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will not team up even in the T20 series played against New Zealand, because the T20 career of both players is now in the last stage. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli do not fit into the future plan of the T20 team.

Hardik Pandya will captain the Indian team in T20 International in the presence of Rohit Sharma. Like the Sri Lanka series, Hardik Pandya is expected to continue as captain in the T20 series against New Zealand. BCCI is already looking towards split captaincy.

Significantly, Hardik Pandya has so far been successful for the Indian team as captain in T20 International. Hardik first won the series against Ireland under his captaincy. After this, he took command of the team in a match played against the West Indies, in that match the Indian also managed to win. At the same time, in the T20 series played against New Zealand in November 2022, under his captaincy, Hardik led Team India to a 1-0 series victory. Now, the Indian team has also won the first match against Sri Lanka.

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