Ajit Agarkar says “If he gets criticism for losses, he deserves credit for wins” in T20 World Cup 2021. Agarkar believes captain Virat Kohli deserves credit for India’s victory. Over Afghanistan in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. He did not approve of suggestions that there were shades of MS Dhoni’s leadership. Also, in Kohli’s captaincy style against Afghanistan. India got the better of the Afghans by 66 runs. In to keep their slender hopes of qualifying for the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2021. The Batting first, India put up 210 for 2 and then restricted the opposition to 144 for 7. When questioned if Kohli’s captaincy carried the mark of Dhoni’s leadership style, he said yes. Agarkar responded with a resounding ‘No’ when it came to Afghanistan. On ESPN Cricinfo, in an interview.
“Kohli has been the captain for a long time now and he has his own style. If he gets criticism for losses, then he deserves credit for wins as well. It was his captaincy. The batters set up the match today and then Virat did his job as a leader. So full credit to him,” Ajit Agarkar said.
Additionally, MS Dhoni could be a coach for the Indians in 2021. Dhoni was India’s final captain to win an ICC trophy. When the Men in Blue won the Champions Trophy in 2013, it was the first time they had done so. In addition, India called in veteran Ashwin for the game. Against Afghanistan when Chakravarthy suffered an injury. He delivered the things with a 2 for 14 proportions. Varun was wicketless the first two games.
“Lastly, I think Varun Chakravarthy did not bowl badly in the first two matches. It was the batting that was poor. If India wanted to play six bowlers, Ravichandran Ashwin could have come into the team earlier. But since India was already playing a finger spinner in Ravindra Jadeja, Varun Chakravarthy was the right choice,” Ajit Agarkar said.
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