India batting great Sunil Gavaskar believes that winning the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) starting on Sunday would be the perfect end to Virat Kohli’s captaincy in the shorter format of the game. The upcoming T20 World Cup will be Kohli’s last tournament as captain and after that he will quit captaining the team. Gavaskar also said that it is not necessary that everything goes well for the leading batsman of Team India. Virat was recently seen captaining for the Royal Challengers Bangalore for the last time as a captain. After the Bangalore team’s exit from IPL 2021, Kohli is now preparing for the T20 World Cup.
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Gavaskar said on Star Sports, the official broadcaster of IPL, “It will be wonderful. Because he will probably have the best ending as captain (T20). Playing for a franchise is another thing, but playing for a country is an entirely different thing. So it would be great to win a tournament for the country. As I said earlier these stories are written there (points towards the sky). We don’t know what these scripts are. Look at Clive Lloyd for example. Winning the World Cup in 1975 and 1979 and then losing to India in the final in 1983.
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“In the Champions of Champions in 1985, he lost again. He didn’t win in Test cricket and ODI cricket and over the years. Here, it can actually happen. Forget what happened with RCB. Here he can bring a happy end to his captaincy by lifting the World Cup trophy. It will be the most spectacular end to his captaincy that one can imagine.
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