Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, is known for making shocking decisions. The decisions he has taken in the first three matches against England in the T20 series have surprised the veterans. These decisions, whether to replace Rohit Sharma or to exclude Shikhar Dhawan from the playing eleven, are intimidating to the former Indian cricketers. Akash Chopra described the landing with three new opening pairings in three successive matches. Virat has made some decisions in the T20 series against England which has surprised the former veterans. The decision to give rest to Rohit Sharma, who played only 6 Tests after returning from injury, was a strange one. The dismissal of veteran Shikhar Dhawan after spoiling in an innings of the series, the strategy behind making Suryakumar Yadav out without playing a single ball after making a debut is beyond comprehension.
The veteran batsman like Shikhar Dhawan was ruled out of the playing eleven after only one match was spoiled. After this, former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir asked the question, expressing surprise at this decision. Gambhir said that if a senior like Dhawan is dropped after one match, then what is his future now. The decision to drop out after a match seems strange. Former Indian batsman VVL Laxman said after watching the playing XI of the third T20, you cannot change every match in this way.
The first match was fed by Shikhar Dhawan and out. In the second match, Suryakumar was given a chance to make a debut and was ruled out of the playing eleven without playing a single ball. It is quite surprising to see that all these decisions are not right. Earlier in the second match, VVS had said, like before the 2019 World Cup, Ambati Rayudu was declared the number four batsman in a row. After a series was spoiled, he was dropped from the team and then we had to pay for it. Rayudu was the same batsman as India needed in the semi-final against New Zealand. Suddenly, Vijay Shankar was given a chance, which was not even in the discussion.