Virat Kholi will take the field for India against Pakistan Match on 24 October

On Sunday, October 24, Kohli will lead India in their T20 World Cup opening against Pakistan. The team will be hoping that their captain, who hasn’t scored an international century since 2019, can return to form with the bat.

The cricket match between India and Pakistan on October 24 has everyone’s attention. Every Indian wishes to see India defeat Pakistan on the pitch.

Last month, Virat Kohli declared that he would step down as India’s T20I captain after the World Cup in the United Arab Emirates. He cited workload concerns and stated that his primary focus will be on guiding India in ODIs and Tests, as well as continuing to bat in the shorter format of the game.

Sourav Ganguly, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), expressed surprise after learning about Virat Kohli’s decision to step down as T20I captain. The Indian cricket board did not place any pressure on Kohli, according to Ganguly, and Kohli decided to step down as captain on his own.

Every cricket fan was startled and shocked when Kohli stood down from his post. Ganguly explained how he learned the news “I was genuinely surprised (that Virat Kohli decided to step down as T20 captain). This decision has to be made after the England tour, and it is his to make. We didn’t put any pressure on him, and we didn’t tell him anything “he stated

Meanwhile, Ganguly voiced concern about Virat Kohli’s downturn, adding that every player, even the best in the game, will go through dry spells throughout the course of their long careers.

“This happens (dip in Kohli’s form). Virat has been playing for about 11 years, not every season can be great. He is human not a machine. So I am not surprised. His graph has gone up so high, then it came down, then it went even higher and that is when you see a player like Virat. If you play for a long time this sort of up and down will happen,” he added.

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