Dipdas Gupta said it was not proper at this time to remove Virat Kohli from the leadership

Virat Kohli has been a target of criticism ever since he lost the World Test Championship title. For the third time under Kohli’s leadership, India failed to make it to the trophy. Given Virat’s continued failure at ICC tournaments, many former cricketers have advised Rohit Sharma to be the captain before the T20 World Cup. However, former India wicketkeeper-batsman Deepdas Gupta has a different opinion. With just a few months left for the T20 World Cup, he believes the decision to change the captain is not right.

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Speaking on his YouTube channel, Dipdas Gupta said, “I don’t say that most of the time, but I am sure Rohit is clearly an option. I think the T20 World Cup depends a lot because it can be very difficult right now. Only three or four months left for the T20 World Cup, so if you change the captain, the team has to adapt to the new captain’s style. Rohit may have been the captain of the team before, but there is a difference between the captain’s stance and the general leader’s, because the captain’s stance does not want to change much. When you are a full-time leader, you want to change the team because you want the team to follow your path.

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Former wicket-keeper batsman, ‘I think it would be unfair on Rohit, the team and Virat to do this just three-four months before the T20 World Cup. But I mean, the T20 World Cup is very important in this aspect because Rohit would be a great contender for this spot if something goes wrong. Under the leadership of Rohit, Team India won the Asia Cup and the Nidahas Trophy.

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