3 Indian Players Who Can Retire From T20Is After ICC T20 World Cup 2022
Indian team management has always had a smooth transition process from one generation to another
Be it during the Sourav Ganguly era, MS Dhoni's time in charge or even Virat Kohli’s current reign as Indian captain
they have found ways around this problem by being efficient with what little resources there are available for them at any given moment
They must decide what transitional process is best for them and their country in terms of international cricket formats: Test matches or One Day Internationals?
This may sound like a difficult task but it can be easier than one might think because there are many young players who could step up into these positions
1. Virat Kohli
India's most capped player, Virat Kohli has had an immense impact on the international cricket stage
The 33-year old was awarded Player of Tournament in 2014 and 2016 ICC T20 World Cup for his 50+ average with both averages exceeding 40 during these tournaments
2. Mohammad Shami
The 32-year old Shami has been one of the best Indian pacers in this generation.
He possess raw pace that can prove to be a serious headache for opposition batters, especially since they have few options when it comes down towards deciding their target during death overs
India’s leading run-scorer, Rohit Sharma has been plagued by injuries throughout his international career
3. Rohit Sharma
However this year he seems to be symptom free as India gear up for another World Cup campaign in 2020!