Indian skipper Rohit Sharma has abandoned his ancestor Virat Kohli by winning 31 T20I matches India’s public cricket crew captain commander Rohit Sharma has beaten his ancestor Virat Kohli as the chief of the Twenty20 crew.
MS Dhoni remains India’s best T20I commander ever. He captained India in 72 games, out of which the group won 41, lost 28, and tied one and two creating no outcome. His success rate in the arrangement is 59.28.
Virat Kohli has now slipped to third. In his 50 games as captain in T20Is, he won 30 of them, lost 16. Two matches finished in a tie while two delivered no outcomes. His success rate as a captain in this
configuration is 64.58.
Hk Team India made 192/2 in their 20 overs. Virat Kohli exhibited looks at his old self and hit 59* off 44 balls, beautified with a four and three huge sixes. Then, at that point, in the last couple of overs, Suryakumar Yadav detonated, crushing a splendid 68* off 26 balls with six fours and six sixes.
Pacer Ayush Shukla (1/29 of every four overs) was Hong Kong’s bowlers’ pick. In the Group A match of the Twenty20 Asia Cup 2022 on August 31 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), India qualified for the Super Four phase of the occasion by overcoming Hong Kong by 40 runs.
In Wednesday’s T20 conflict versus Hong Kong, Rohit Sharma secured his 31st win as skipper of the T20 group in his 37th trip. He beat previous Indian captain Virat Kohli who packed away 30 T20 wins from his 50 counterparts for his country.
Previous captain MS Dhoni holds the record of winning the most number of T20I matches for India. Under Dhoni, India won 41/72 matches.
India brought down Hong Kong in the Asia Cup match yesterday. Beginning the innings, India took a sluggish beginning. Yet, Kohli and Syuryakumar Yadav directed their side to a telling all out of 192 runs in 20 overs.
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