Sunil Gavaskar Picks Shubman Gill And Axar Patel As Indian Cricket Team Future Captain Here Know Latest Sports News

Indian Cricket Team: The captain of the Indian cricket team is Rohit Sharma. But after Rohit Sharma, which player will get the command of Team India? However, now former Indian player Sunil Gavaskar has answered this question… Actually, Sunil Gavaskar said that Shubman Gill or Akshar Patel can become the captain after Rohit Sharma. He said that Shubman Gill and Akshar Patel should be made vice-captains, so that these players get time to prepare as captains. Along with this, he also selected Ishaan Kishan as the captain.

‘Shubman Gill and Akshar Patel are the captaincy options in my opinion’

Sunil Gavaskar said that in my opinion Shubman Gill and Akshar Patel are the captaincy options. Akshar Patel is getting better after every match. Akshar Patel should get the responsibility of vice-captain, so that he can prepare himself as captain. At the moment, there are two names in my mind as Shubman Gill and Akshar Patel in the race to become the captain of Team India. Yes, if any other name is considered other than this, then Ishaan Kishan is there, but for this it is necessary that he first secures his place in the Indian team.

‘There is nothing wrong in making Ajinkya Rahane the vice-captain, but if…’

Team India has been announced for the series against West Indies on Friday. On this tour, the Indian cricket team will play a 2-Test series with the host West Indies. Ajinkya Rahane has been made the captain for this Test series. At the same time, Sunil Gavaskar believes that the Indian team management should have made a young player vice-captain instead of Ajinkya Rahane. He said that there is no harm in making Ajinkya Rahane the vice-captain, but if a young player was made the vice-captain then he would get a chance to learn. Especially, such a player should have got the responsibility of vice-captain, who could be made captain in the coming days.

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