If Not KL Rahul, Then Who Is The Vice-Captain Of Team India? Big Disclosure In Ahmedabad Test
IND vs AUS Vice Captain of Team India: The fourth Test between India and Australia continues. So far two days of play have been done and the Australian team seems to be dominating. Australian captain Steve Smith won the toss in this match and the decision to bat first proved to be correct. Australia has put a big score in front of India. This is the first time in this series that a team scored 480 runs. Only one inning has been completed in two days of the match, so there is a possibility that three innings may not be possible in the remaining three days, so the match is moving toward a draw.
Meanwhile, when Team India was announced for the first two Tests, the BCCI selectors named KL Rahul as the vice-captain. But after this, when the team was announced for the remaining two matches, the vice-captaincy was taken from KL Rahul. But the big question remained who is the vice-captain of Team India now? It has now been revealed.
When the Indian team was announced by the BCCI for the subsequent two Tests against Australia, there was not much change in the team. The responsibility of the captain was with Rohit Sharma only. But at that time people were shocked when it was found that vice-captain was not written in front of KL Rahul’s name. After this, it was searched which player has become the vice-captain, but it was not written in front of any player’s name. After this, it was expected that when the team would land in Indore to play the third match, it could be announced, but the third match passed without a vice-captain.
But on the second day of the fourth Test, without any announcement, it was known who is the vice-captain of the Indian team. When Team India entered the field after tea, Rohit Sharma did not come on the field. But see the coincidence that on the very next ball after the tea break, Usman Khawaja got caught by Akshar Patel. Axar Patel appeals for LBW and the umpire turns it down.
When the umpire did not accept Akshar Patel’s appeal, DRS was demanded. Captain demands DRS, but when captain Rohit Sharma was not in the field then who would ask for a review then Cheteshwar Pujara indicated DRS. That is, in the absence of Rohit Sharma, Pujara was in the role of standing captain. If there was a vice-captain, he would have been performing this responsibility instead of the captain in the field, but Pujara took the review, which means that Pujara is the vice-captain. This first review went right for Pujara and Khawaja was out. Usman Khawaja faced 422 balls before getting out and played a brilliant inning of 180 runs.
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