“Virat Kohli is the father of Indian cricket, he will burn down BCCI office…” – Twitter reacts to news of Indian superstar ruled out of T20 World Cup 2024

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli He will reportedly be dropped from India’s T20I squad for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup 2024. The much-awaited World Cup is scheduled to be played in June this year in the West Indies and the United States of America.

Virat Kohli has played in each of the last five T20 World Cups and has been one of the best players with the bat in the tournament.

One of the most decorated T20 batsmen of all time, Virat Kohli was the leading run-scorer in two of the last four T20 World Cups and was the second-highest run-scorer in one of the editions. In the last edition played in Australia, the former Indian captain had scored 296 runs in 6 matches with an average of almost 100.

However, he could be dropped from the squad for this year’s T20 World Cup, according to a report in The Telegraph. The report stated that the veteran batsman is not a certainty for the tournament. The selectors and team management are ready to take some bold decisions to end India’s long wait for an ICC trophy and Virat Kohli could be dropped from the team.

Virat Kohli not confirmed for the T20 World Cup:

The report states that the selectors believe that Virat Kohli has not been able to cope with the team’s needs in the shortest format. When he returned to the T20I team in January this year after a break of over a year, chief selector Ajit Agarkar spoke to him and asked him to change his approach to meet the demands of the T20 format.

The star batsman duly delivered but failed to score big, posting scores of 29 and 0 against Afghanistan at home. The report further stated that the slow wickets in the West Indies It wouldn’t suit Virat Kohli. The BCCI has left the decision of its selection in the hands of chief selector Ajit Agarkar.

Although only time will tell whether Virat Kohli will play in the T20 World Cup or not, fans are not at all happy with the latest reports. These are some of the reactions to the report.