Virat Kohli has announced that he will leave the leadership of the Indian team in the short format after the T20 World Cup.
Star batsman Virat Kohli, who has led the Indian team in all three formats of cricket, announced his resignation from the leadership of the national team on a social networking site and shared a post on Twitter in this regard.
In his post, Virat Kohli said that he will leave the leadership of the Indian team in the short format after the scheduled T20 World Cup in Dubai, but will continue to captain the Indian team in ODIs and Test matches.
The star batsman, who is in the top ten in the rankings of all three formats of the ICC, wrote: “I am very lucky to have not only the opportunity to play for India but also to lead the Indian team to the best of my ability. I would like to thank all those who supported me during this time. ”
“I have been playing consistently for the last 9-8 years and leading the Indian team in all three formats for the last 9-8 years but I feel I need to reduce my responsibility so that I can play ODIs,” said Virat Kohli. And be fully prepared to lead the team in Test matches.
“I have decided in consultation with people close to me, including my coach Ravi Shastri and vice-captain Rohit Sharma, that I will not play as captain after the T20 World Cup,” said Virat Kohli. Give everything you have to the team and be ready to do everything for the team as a player.
An 8-year-old girl died after falling on a stone cutter in Lahore
LAHORE: An 8-year-old girl died after accidentally falling on a stone cutter in Hadiyara area.
According to Express News, an 8-year-old girl fell on a stone cutter in Hadiyara area of Lahore, as a result of which her aorta was cut. Rescue officials say the girl was rushed to a hospital but died on the way.
The girl’s father said that work was being done at home and my daughter was playing nearby. While playing, she suddenly fell on the cutter due to which her aorta was cut.