Chetan Sharma Sting Operation: Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will no longer play for India in T20I format

Chetan Sharma

A ZEE News undercover investigation on current BCCI Chief Selector Chetan Sharma has cast doubt on the BCCI’s integrity and put the world’s richest cricket board in disarray.

Be it the rivalry between Virat Kohli and Sourav Ganguly, Rohit Sharma’s lack of selection as India’s captain, or the impending appointment of Hardik Pandya as T20I captain for India.

With the serious allegations coming to light, it is obvious why BCCI’s performance in ICC competitions has been steadily declining over the past few years.

The most recent T20 World Cup 2022 semi-final loss to England by 10 wickets is a prime example of the failure.

Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have been permanently banned from the T20I format as a result of the new claims he disclosed, however a media statement has not yet been made.

Sharma continued by saying that Sharma and Kohli have been permanently excluded from the T20I format because to the double centuries that Shubhman Gill and Ishan Kishan both scored and their rapid development in the game’s shortest format.

In a recent press conference, Rohit was questioned about why he didn’t play in the T20I format. He responded that he would love to play all three formats, but that this year is the 50 Over World Cup year, thus ODI is our top focus.

India is all set to play 2nd Test against Australia in Delhi on 17th February 2023 and they would be looking to extend their lead by 2-0 whereas Kangaroos will be focusing to make comeback in the series.