Virat Kohli assumed a critical part in India coming to the 2014 T20 World Cup last and the semi-last of the 2016 occasion, yet he is as yet standing by to win the main ICC restricted overs title that he hasn't won as a player.
The ICC T20 World Cup's gathering stage is in progress in Oman and the UAE as of now, however, the fans are sitting tight for the enormous young men of worldwide cricket to take center stage from October 23, when the Super afterward begins. India will begin their mission against chief adversaries Pakistan on October 24 and will assume any semblance of Afghanistan, New Zealand and two qualifiers in Group 2 of the Super 12 phase. There is plenty of assumptions from the Indian group, as they start as one of the top choices for the title. India won the lady T20 World Cup in 2007, however, have neglected to go as far as possible from that point onward. They lost in the last in 2014 and died in the semi-last in 2016.
Virat Kohli, who is driving the group in a T20 World Cup without precedent for this version, will step down from captaincy in this configuration after this occasion. Kohli and the Indian group has been sitting tight for an ICC competition win frantically subsequent to losing in the Champions Trophy last in 2017 and afterward going down in the ODI World Cup semis in 2019.
ICC T20 World Cup: Virat Kohli "Winning As Captain Will Be Icing On The Cake," Says Gautam Gambhir
"I'm sure that it's not only about Virat Kohli that he's going to be captaining India for the last time in the T20 format, it's about just winning the tournament and him winning as captain will be icing on the cake," the 2007 WT20 winner added.
Kohli played a pivotal role in India reaching the 2014 T20 World Cup final and also the semi-final of the 2016 event, but he is still waiting to win the only ICC limited-overs title that he hasn't won as a player.