What awaits after the World Cup Triumph

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Following India’s World Cup triumph, Rohit Sharma has announced his retirement from T20 international cricket, joining Virat Kohli in making the same announcement.Following India’s victory against South Africa in the World Cup final on Saturday, skipper Rohit Sharma made the announcement that he would be retiring from T20 international cricket. Rohit announced that he will be withdrawing from the shortest format but would still play for India in the Test and ODI formats. Shortly after Virat Kohli, his colleague, also declared his retirement from Indian T20 cricket, Rohit made his declaration.As he celebrated India’s historic second T20 World Cup victory, Rohit remarked in the post-match news conference, “No better time to say goodbye.” Given that Rohit started his T20I career with a World Cup victory and finished it with another, the decision is a suitable way to cap off his career.

Given that Rohit started his T20I career with a World Cup victory and finished it with another, the decision is a suitable way to cap off his career. With 4231 runs from 159 matches at an average of 3205 during those 17 years, Rohit became the best run scorer for India in Twenty20 Internationals. As a hitter, he reached previously unheard-of heights. He is the only Indian batter with the most hundreds in the format with five. In November 2021, he was appointed India’s permanent T20I captain, and he completed an incredible career by winning 50 matches in that role.

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