Sunday, September 24

BCCI Chief Selector Ajit Agarkar observes as Rohit believes that Sharma and Kohli will be the ones to bowl in the 2023 World Cup.

The Indian cricket team’s line-up for the Asia Cup 2023 was announced in a press conference on Monday, with Skipper Rohit Sharma and BCCI chief selector at the forefront. They also raised questions about their squad for both the continental event and the World Cup-2023 at home. Rohi responded to the question by answering ambiguously, stating that there were no bowlers in the team other than those who had trained as specialist bowler.

India’s team from 2011 was equipped with the right combination of bat and bowling, but they are giving their chance to anyone who is performing well. They are considered baters because they can score runs on occasion. Nevertheless, Sharma and Kohli should aim for some more runs in the World Cup, according to Rohit Sharma’S press conference.

Sitting with him, BCCI chief selector Ajit Agarkar made a humorous comment about our conviction: “We have convinced them.”

The Indian captain Rohit Sharma is performing at his peak as the #TeamIndia captain for the World Cup.

Agarkar acknowledged Tilak Varma’s potential for the team in West Indies and expressed optimism about adding him to the squad.

“We can take 17 for this tournament, and it’ll be 15 for the World Cup. Hence, we’re going to make that decision, but at least it gives the coach and captain an opportunity to have him with the squad.”

Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli are the players in the team.

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