Hey You! Have you heard about India’s squad for the T20 world cup? Today, we are going to make your day exciting with the latest news of the T20 world cup. By breaking all the patience, India has decided the squad for the T20 world. This is going to be held from 17th October 2021. For the cricket lover, it is one of the best news.
The board control of the Indian cricket team BCCI has taken the final decision on Wednesday. The countdown has already started for this event. This year there will be famous Indian crickets. So, let’s take a look at them. BCCI has selected a total of 15 men’s squad, including Virat Kohli. Are you feeling excited? Proceed to read below.
List Of 15 Men’s Squad
The Squad is Out! 🙌
— BCCI (@BCCI) September 8, 2021
Find your favorite players here:
- Virat Kohli (Capt).
- Rohit Sharma (VC).
- Jasprit Bumrah.
- KL Rahul.
- Suryakumar Yadav.
- Ishan Kishan (WK),
- Rishabh pant (WK),
- Hardik Pandya,
- Axar Patel.
- Ravindra Jadeja.
- Rahul Chahar,
- Varun Chakravarthy,
- Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
- Mohd Shami.
- Ravichandran Ashwin.
Dhoni will also be there as a mentor of the team. In the tournament, he will also be present and would also guide the players.
In this time, Chetan Sharma has said being proud,
“Ashwin is an asset. He performed well in the IPL and we needed a player of his experience. We need an off-spinner with Washington (Sundar) injured.”
Throughout India, people are being overloaded with happiness. This happiness and contrast have been reflected in social media sites. After the declaration of the T20 world cup squad, people are congratulating the players.
People have shown their interest in this world cup on Twitter and Instagram. The tournament will be held in the U.A.E. After taking the decision; Jay Shah has opened with the role of Dhoni. According to him, he will guide the whole team as a mentor.
We are sure the great team will do their best to fetch the prize for the 2021 world cup. For the time being, let’s be the boss of your nerves. After some days, all will be cleared, but don’t forget to cheer up.