Split captaincy won’t be successful in India

Split captaincy won't be successful in India

According to Dinesh Karthik, Split Captaincy Will Not Work In India.


Dinesh Karthik, a seasoned wicketkeeper-batsman, has defended having a single captain oversee all three formats for the Indian team, claiming that the idea of split captaincy won’t work here.


Seasoned wicketkeeper-batsman, Dinesh has advocated for one captain to lead the Indian team in all three formats, claiming that the idea of split captaincy won’t work in this situation. On the eve of the Mumbai batsman’s Test captaincy debut against Sri Lanka in the match starting here on Friday, Karthik praised Rohit Sharma for being elevated to captain the Indian team across all formats.


India, a cricket-playing nation, needs just one captain, Karthik said on the ICC Review.


Dealing with one captain for all three formats is very simple. MS Dhoni reportedly claimed that split captaincy doesn’t function well in India. We haven’t experienced that over an extended period of time, so we can’t say. But now that I do see it, I believe Rohit to be the culprit. He turned everything into gold that he touched. He has been successful in every series he has taken part in, said Dinesh.


Karthik also gave Rohit praise for the way he has handled young players and used Indian bowlers.


India recently defeated New Zealand, the West Indies, and Sri Lanka in three-game T20I series sweeps.


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