Virat Kohli vs Rohit Sharma: Forget the coach, a split captaincy is the real solution Indian cricket needs
Virat’s intensity makes him an excellent player, but not always a good captain. Rohit seems calmer and steadier. Instead of a new coach et al, the captaincy itself needs to be split up.
Even as we continue to debate if New Zealand should have won the World Cup instead of England, there are few players who will remain the undisputed masters of this year's tournament.
As unfair as it may seem to fans right now, India needs to win an ICC tournament at the earliest to ensure that this tag, that's been monopolised for decades by South Africa, does not stick to Virat's warriors.
Questions will now be raised on India's line-up and why they were not able to achieve a modest total of 239.