Virat Kohli should give up captaincy in all formats: Shahid Afridi

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Shahid Afridi, the former player and captain of the Pakistan cricket team, while giving wisdom to Virat Kohli, said that if Virat Kohli wants to be successful in his batting form, then he should give up captaincy from all his formats, after which he can stop his batting. Will be able to focus on his skills and he will be able to be successful as a batsman.

Talking on Sama Television which is a television channel of Pakistan, Shahid Afridi appreciated the decision made by BCCI in which BCCI has declared Rohit Sharma as the captain of Indian cricket team. And he also appreciated the fact that Virat Kohli has left the captaincy in the T20 format of his own free will.

Shahid Afridi said that it seems to me that the captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli, has great power in everyone, and he is also performing very well. But he should now relinquish captaincy from all formats to develop the inner good batting.

Shahid Afridi said that I have played with Rohit Sharma for a year. I know he is a very good player, and his mental balance is amazing. His biggest treasure is that when ordinary people get angry in a situation and make a mess by getting angry, then he can remain calm in that condition, which should be the treasure of any cricket player.

Shahid Afridi said that, Rohit Sharma will show a very good performance as a captain. Virat Kohli was a very aggressive type of captain, and he also tried to stay calm on the field. But his nature is not to remain calm.

Rohit Sharma is a top-notch player who knows how to hit great shots, and has excellent mental stability, which also makes him a good leader.

Shahid Afridi has spent a lot of time with Rohit Sharma while playing in IPL, and that’s why he wants to know what kind of nature Rohit Sharma is, and what kind of personality he is.

When Shahid Afridi was asked that Virat Kohli has decided to leave the captaincy in T20 on his own volition, Shahid said that I felt that he would do it, and he should have done it too because a person cannot focus on two places at the same time. If he wants to focus on his batting, then he will have to give up his captaincy. And if he listens to me then he should give up captaincy in all formats. And he should pay more attention as a batsman.