Asia Cup 2022: The Indian cricket team is currently leading its campaign in the Asia Cup. In such a situation, on Sunday, the Indian team defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets in their important match. With this, now the Indian team is looking very strong in the competition of Asia Cup.
Rohit can achieve this position
At the same time, Rohit Sharma is once again leading the Indian team in this special tournament. So far Rohit has done a very good job as a captain. In such a situation, there is a discussion that Rohit can soon leave behind former India captain and legendary player Virat Kohli under his captaincy.
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Rohit will become the second successful captain
Let us tell you for information that today India is facing Hong Kong in the Asia Cup, in such a situation, if Rohit Sharma wins today’s match, then a special achievement will be recorded in his name. With this, Rohit Sharma will leave behind Virat Kohli in terms of captaincy. At the same time, Rohit will become the second most successful captain of India.
This is Virat’s record, Rohit has a chance
Significantly, Dhoni is the most successful captain for India in T20. Dhoni, being the captain of India, has led the team to victory in 41 out of 72 matches. At the same time, Virat’s name comes at number two. After captaining in 50 matches, Virat has led the team to victory in 30 matches. At the same time, the current captain Rohit has also led India to victory in 30 matches.
In such a situation, if Rohit registers victory in today’s match, then he will become the second most successful captain of India, leaving behind Virat. This will be Rohit’s 31 win. Rohit’s previous record has been excellent. Rohit has so far captained India in 36 matches and has won 30 of them.
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