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For the last four years, there have been reports of differences among some players in the Indian team. These quarrels first came to light in the 2019 ODI World Cup held in England. Rohit Sharma, who scored 5 centuries in that tournament, returned to the Indian soil before the team due to a fight with the then captain Virat Kohli. After that unfollowing each other on social media.. Rohit Sharma was placed next to Kohli in some matches which gave more fuel to this news.
Within four months after the 2021 T20 World Cup, Virat Kohli stepped down from the T20, ODI and Test captaincy respectively, and the reins went to Rohit Sharma. But.. it is an open secret that differences between the two are still going on. Virat Kohli is missing from the leadership group after stepping down from the captaincy. Although Kohli tried to give advice on the ground in some matches, captain Rohit Sharma seems to leave the place without paying attention. With that, the news about the ego fight between Kohli and Rohit Sharma is still going on.
Senior opener Shikhar Dhawan answered the question about ego fights in Team India in a recent interview. “Ego is a common thing in humans. We meet for about 220 days in a year while playing for the Indian team. So.. in some cases we have differences of opinion. I am not just talking about Rohit Sharma or Virat Kohli here. Shikhar Dhawan said as a general.
Shikhar Dhawan, who has been away from Tests since 2018, has stayed away from T20s from July 2021 and ODIs from December 10, 2022. The Indian selectors are giving a series of opportunities to young opener Shubman Gill to replace Gabbar. As the IPL 2023 season matches start from March 31, Gabbar is going to play for the Punjab Kings team.
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