After suffering a defeat at the hands of England in the semi-finals of the 2022 t20 World Cup by a margin of 10 wickets, the Indian cricket team is currently being subjected to a great deal of criticism. On Thursday, India was defeated by eventual winners England after failing to defend a total of 168 runs. England won the match.

During the T20 World Cup, Rohit Sharma’s best performance was a fifty against the Netherlands. However, he did not have a significant score against Pakistan (4), South Africa (15), Bangladesh (2), Zimbabwe (15), or England (27).

Their search for an ICC title was extended by one year as a result of the loss. The Champions Trophy was India’s most recent ICC championship, which it won in 2013 under the leadership of MS Dhoni, who was captain at the time. There was reason to believe that this time around, with Rohit Sharma at the helm, the outcome would be different. It just wasn’t meant to be.

In addition, Rohit Sharma’s personal form was not very good during the competition. Aside from his fifty against the Netherlands, he was unable to score a significant amount of runs against Pakistan (4), South Africa (15), Bangladesh (2), Zimbabwe (15), or England (27).

Atul Wassan, a former cricketer for India

Voiced his opinion that the T20 Internationals should be led by a captain who does not take part in the game.


“You are witnessing two different divisions of cricket. You can’t place the blame on the leadership of the squad because there is also the management to consider. Rohit Sharma was not responsible for making even a single decision. Sirf Rohit Sharma ko khud kaha chupna hai field mein, woh unhone khud socha hoga (Where to hide on the field, Rohit Sharma would have taken that decision on his own).

It’s about time that T20 matches have a captain who didn’t really play the game, exactly like tennis does. My personal opinion is that MS Dhoni ought to be appointed as the non-playing captain of the Indian cricket team “On ABP Live, Atul Wassan, who has played in four tests and nine one-day internationals, shared his thoughts.

Hardik Pandya’s 33-ball 63 propelled India to 168-6 in the semi-final match, but the total was insufficient for an inspired opening combination, and England advanced to the championship match. Buttler, the captain of England, started off their run chase by smashing Bhuvneshwar Kumar for three boundaries in the first over, and his team never looked back after that.

He continued his relentless onslaught with the bat, and Hales quickly joined in on the big hitting as England raced to a score of 63-0 in just six overs. Hales completed his fifty off of 28 balls and was brutal on Axar Patel, who allowed 28 runs to be scored in his three overs as a burst of sixes and fours tore the match away from India.

After Hales hit Pandya for another six, the team’s total was raised to 100, and Jos Buttler quickly shifted gears in order to catch up with his partner. The captain reached his fifty with a six and a four off of Pandya to put an end to any hopes India had of winning a world title for the first time since they won the Champions Trophy in 2013.

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