In the slogan “Don’t Give It To Someone Else,” an ex-Australian cricketer offers a suggestion for a substitute captain if Rohit Sharma doesn’t recover.
Many individuals have been mentioned to replace Rohit Sharma as captain if he is unable to recover in time. However, there is only one man who can take the place of the retired cricketer for Australia.
Rohit Sharma’s participation in the fifth Test match against England at Edgbaston was in jeopardy after testing positive for COVID-19. If the India captain will be able to recover in time to participate in the important Test match is yet unknown. Many names have been proposed to replace Rohit if he is unable to recover in time. The only name that matters, however, according to former Australia spinner Brad Hogg, is Virat Kohli. Hogg stated on his YouTube channel that Kohli began this series as captain and should be allowed to finish it as such.
India is having trouble heading into this Test match despite the fact that there is only one Test remaining in this series, which has taken a year to complete. India is currently suffering as a result of England’s recent destruction of New Zealand. Rahul, the vice captain, is hurt. Rohit is in bed and suffering from COVID. Will he stand during this Test match? Who will act as captain if not him? stated a former Australian cricketer.
Bumrah has been brought up for discussion. But for me, Kohli must triumph. He was the captain at the start of this series, and he should still be the captain at the conclusion. Don’t give it to someone else. India currently leads 2-1. The former wrist spinner with the left arm continued, “Give Virat Kohli the authority to lead his team to victory in this last Test match, allowing him to successfully defend this title and the series.
India won at Lord’s to take a 1-0 series lead after the first Test at Trent Bridge ended in a draw. The third Test, which was held in Leeds’ Headingley, was won by the home team, tying the overall series.
On the other side, India fought back to win the Oval Test and take a 2-1 series lead.
India withdrew due to a Covid worry, and the fifth match at Manchester’s Old Trafford was postponed just a few hours before it was set to begin.